John Gilmore

A merchant steamship, whose true name is not known, it changed owners and flags several times during its history, so we cannot say with certainty what was the last name that it carried. It is considered to be one of the first ships to sink in the waters of Istria at the beginning of World War I. The information available tells us that it was built in an English shipyard and equipped with John Gilmore engines that gave it the name it has today. It is possible to dive inside the wreck, which is well preserved.

  • Distance from diving centre: 7,5 NM
  • Max depth: 44 m
  • Min depth: 36 m
  • Length: 50 m
  • Width: 7 m