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The Capua Wreck is an old wreck dating from WWII with interesting spots as the engine room and cargo holds.
|Name Dive Site:||Capua Wreck|
|Depth: ||20-35m (65-114ft)|
|Inserted/Added by: ||underhundred|
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The Wreck of Capua dates back to World War II and sank in 1943 after a fire on board. The vessel is in navigation trim on the sea bed at about 35m deep. The dive begins at the bow of the shipwreck; the wooden bridge is completely destroyed, allowing views of the spaces below. Continuing after the first hold, you can access an area where you can still see a workbench with a big bite, we are near the engine room and usually at this point, some huge congers come to have a look. Holds often give pleasant encounters like lobsters and Mustella, but the central one is full of mud and it's a must to keep the balance neutral to avoid suspension lifting.
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