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 Oryoku Maru

Philippines, Luzon, Subic Bay

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Datum: WGS84 [ Aiuto ]
Precisione: Approssimato

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Latitudine: 14° 48.75' N
Longitudine: 120° 16.92' E

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English (Traduci questo testo in Italiano): Only 400m off Alava Pier

English (Traduci questo testo in Italiano): Only 400m off Alava Pier

Only 400m off Alava Pier

English (Traduci questo testo in Italiano): Only 400m off Alava Pier

English (Traduci questo testo in Italiano): Only 400m off Alava Pier

English (Traduci questo testo in Italiano): Only 400m off Alava Pier

English (Traduci questo testo in Italiano): Only 400m off Alava Pier

English (Traduci questo testo in Italiano): Only 400m off Alava Pier

English (Traduci questo testo in Italiano): Only 400m off Alava Pier

Come? In barca

Distanza Breve navigazione (< 10min)

Facile da trovare? Facile da trovare

 Caratteristiche del sito d'immersione

Profondità media 17 m / 55.8 ft

profondità massima 18 m / 59.1 ft

Corrente Poca ( < 1 nodo)

Visibilità Media ( 5 - 10 m)

Qualità

Qualità del sito d'immersione Buono

Esperienza Tutti i subacquei

Interesse biologico Interessante

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Frequentazione durante la settimana 

Frequentazione durante il Week-end 

Tipo di immersione

- Relitto

Attività per il sito

- Allenamento
- Fotografia

Pericoli

- Traffico nautico

 Altre informazioni

English (Traduci questo testo in Italiano): The Oryoku Maru was a Japanese ship sunk by United States Navy fighter planes during World War II.

Oryoku Maru left Manila on December 13, 1944, with moe than 1620, mostly American, prisoners of war (POWs) packed in the holds. US Navy planes from the USS Hornet attacked the unmarked ship, over the next two days, causing it to sink on December 15. About 280 died of suffocation aboard the ship or were killed or shot in the water as they tried to escape.

The survivors were loaded on the Japanese ship Enoura Maru. The Enoura Maru took a direct hit from a US Navy bomber killing or wounding about 500 men. The survivors were put aboard the Brazil Maru which arrived in Moji, Japan on January 29, 1945. Only 550 of the original 1620 were still alive.

English (Traduci questo testo in Italiano): The Oryoku Maru was a Japanese ship sunk by United States Navy fighter planes during World War II.

Oryoku Maru left Manila on December 13, 1944, with moe than 1620, mostly American, prisoners of war (POWs) packed in the holds. US Navy planes from the USS Hornet attacked the unmarked ship, over the next two days, causing it to sink on December 15. About 280 died of suffocation aboard the ship or were killed or shot in the water as they tried to escape.

The survivors were loaded on the Japanese ship Enoura Maru. The Enoura Maru took a direct hit from a US Navy bomber killing or wounding about 500 men. The survivors were put aboard the Brazil Maru which arrived in Moji, Japan on January 29, 1945. Only 550 of the original 1620 were still alive.

The Oryoku Maru was a Japanese ship sunk by United States Navy fighter planes during World War II.

Oryoku Maru left Manila on December 13, 1944, with moe than 1620, mostly American, prisoners of war (POWs) packed in the holds. US Navy planes from the USS Hornet attacked the unmarked ship, over the next two days, causing it to sink on December 15. About 280 died of suffocation aboard the ship or were killed or shot in the water as they tried to escape.

The survivors were loaded on the Japanese ship Enoura Maru. The Enoura Maru took a direct hit from a US Navy bomber killing or wounding about 500 men. The survivors were put aboard the Brazil Maru which arrived in Moji, Japan on January 29, 1945. Only 550 of the original 1620 were still alive.

English (Traduci questo testo in Italiano): The Oryoku Maru was a Japanese ship sunk by United States Navy fighter planes during World War II.

Oryoku Maru left Manila on December 13, 1944, with moe than 1620, mostly American, prisoners of war (POWs) packed in the holds. US Navy planes from the USS Hornet attacked the unmarked ship, over the next two days, causing it to sink on December 15. About 280 died of suffocation aboard the ship or were killed or shot in the water as they tried to escape.

The survivors were loaded on the Japanese ship Enoura Maru. The Enoura Maru took a direct hit from a US Navy bomber killing or wounding about 500 men. The survivors were put aboard the Brazil Maru which arrived in Moji, Japan on January 29, 1945. Only 550 of the original 1620 were still alive.

English (Traduci questo testo in Italiano): The Oryoku Maru was a Japanese ship sunk by United States Navy fighter planes during World War II.

Oryoku Maru left Manila on December 13, 1944, with moe than 1620, mostly American, prisoners of war (POWs) packed in the holds. US Navy planes from the USS Hornet attacked the unmarked ship, over the next two days, causing it to sink on December 15. About 280 died of suffocation aboard the ship or were killed or shot in the water as they tried to escape.

The survivors were loaded on the Japanese ship Enoura Maru. The Enoura Maru took a direct hit from a US Navy bomber killing or wounding about 500 men. The survivors were put aboard the Brazil Maru which arrived in Moji, Japan on January 29, 1945. Only 550 of the original 1620 were still alive.

English (Traduci questo testo in Italiano): The Oryoku Maru was a Japanese ship sunk by United States Navy fighter planes during World War II.

Oryoku Maru left Manila on December 13, 1944, with moe than 1620, mostly American, prisoners of war (POWs) packed in the holds. US Navy planes from the USS Hornet attacked the unmarked ship, over the next two days, causing it to sink on December 15. About 280 died of suffocation aboard the ship or were killed or shot in the water as they tried to escape.

The survivors were loaded on the Japanese ship Enoura Maru. The Enoura Maru took a direct hit from a US Navy bomber killing or wounding about 500 men. The survivors were put aboard the Brazil Maru which arrived in Moji, Japan on January 29, 1945. Only 550 of the original 1620 were still alive.

English (Traduci questo testo in Italiano): The Oryoku Maru was a Japanese ship sunk by United States Navy fighter planes during World War II.

Oryoku Maru left Manila on December 13, 1944, with moe than 1620, mostly American, prisoners of war (POWs) packed in the holds. US Navy planes from the USS Hornet attacked the unmarked ship, over the next two days, causing it to sink on December 15. About 280 died of suffocation aboard the ship or were killed or shot in the water as they tried to escape.

The survivors were loaded on the Japanese ship Enoura Maru. The Enoura Maru took a direct hit from a US Navy bomber killing or wounding about 500 men. The survivors were put aboard the Brazil Maru which arrived in Moji, Japan on January 29, 1945. Only 550 of the original 1620 were still alive.

English (Traduci questo testo in Italiano): The Oryoku Maru was a Japanese ship sunk by United States Navy fighter planes during World War II.

Oryoku Maru left Manila on December 13, 1944, with moe than 1620, mostly American, prisoners of war (POWs) packed in the holds. US Navy planes from the USS Hornet attacked the unmarked ship, over the next two days, causing it to sink on December 15. About 280 died of suffocation aboard the ship or were killed or shot in the water as they tried to escape.

The survivors were loaded on the Japanese ship Enoura Maru. The Enoura Maru took a direct hit from a US Navy bomber killing or wounding about 500 men. The survivors were put aboard the Brazil Maru which arrived in Moji, Japan on January 29, 1945. Only 550 of the original 1620 were still alive.

English (Traduci questo testo in Italiano): The Oryoku Maru was a Japanese ship sunk by United States Navy fighter planes during World War II.

Oryoku Maru left Manila on December 13, 1944, with moe than 1620, mostly American, prisoners of war (POWs) packed in the holds. US Navy planes from the USS Hornet attacked the unmarked ship, over the next two days, causing it to sink on December 15. About 280 died of suffocation aboard the ship or were killed or shot in the water as they tried to escape.

The survivors were loaded on the Japanese ship Enoura Maru. The Enoura Maru took a direct hit from a US Navy bomber killing or wounding about 500 men. The survivors were put aboard the Brazil Maru which arrived in Moji, Japan on January 29, 1945. Only 550 of the original 1620 were still alive.

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