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See the incredible wrecks that have been captivating divers around the world

Easyvoyage Logo By The Editorial Team of Easyvoyage | Slide 1 of 11: Built in 1940 and sunk in 1941 this British naval ship only managed four voyages before she was destroyed during WWII by German bombers. The wreck was rediscovered by the legendary Jacques Cousteau who asked local fishermen for information on its whereabouts. The explosions that had sunk the vessel made her easily accessible for divers who can still see the war supplies the ship was entrusted to deliver including rifles, motor bikes and trucks. Any divers who do explore the 131 metre long wreck will also have the pleasure of seeing sea life including tuna, barracuda, batfish, moray eel, lionfish, stonefish, crocodilefish, scorpionfish, and sea turtles.

Undersea wrecks provide the promise of not only gripping tales of the sites history, but also a incredible range of marine life they attract and support in their role as important ecosystems. Here are ten of the best wrecks out there to see!

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