Australia: Diving through the remains of a shipwreck

It sank in 1911 off the coast of Australia, now this ship is considered one of the greatest wreck dives in the world. This is the S.S. Yongala. 🐠⚓️

07/27/2019 3:14 PM


  • YayiMay R.
    10/31/2019 19:47

    👍 what belongs to the Sea will always belong to the Sea.

  • Felician M.
    10/24/2019 00:40


  • Nour H.
    10/18/2019 01:50

    Somaia Abouzied one day we should do a couple of dives together in the great reef barrier together 😍😍😍❤❤❤❤❤

  • Ahmad M.
    10/16/2019 18:53

    Live & let live.

  • Georgina N.
    10/16/2019 10:30

    Amazing story 💗

  • Sanaul H.
    10/14/2019 05:43

    Shipwreck also tomb for the 122 sailors

  • Terry R.
    10/12/2019 23:45

    It is an amazing dive. Divers are told not to penetrate the wreck out of respect. The Fish life are on steroids being so large. It’s not always easy to dive the site due to strong currents, but if you are lucky enough to get the timing right it is an absolutely awesome dive site.

  • Nazir Z.
    10/12/2019 21:57

    How amazing and teasing story.

  • Rana A.
    10/12/2019 14:28

    thoughts 😍😍

  • Mira M.
    10/12/2019 03:00


  • Saima N.
    10/09/2019 02:27

    Lovely 😊

  • Akam S.
    10/08/2019 16:52

    Beautifull deep the ocean and very arcane there and calm

  • Marty L.
    10/08/2019 03:53

    theft or damage - only if caught, that must be a big job to protect from multitudes of divers.

  • Jeanine S.
    10/07/2019 13:55


  • Izabel A.
    10/07/2019 12:05

    The wreck is also a graveyard for all those 122 lives who perished. Part of it should be a memorial to all of them😎

  • John Q.
    10/07/2019 12:01

    Wait a second... I thought climate change was killing all the world’s coral reefs???

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