The Italian minesweeper was built in 1913 and sunk in 1944. Until 1929 she bore the name „Pilade Bronzetti“.
She was sunk by a British aircraft which spotted her during a reconnaissance flight.
The torpedo broke the ship in half and therefore the bow and stern are about fifty yards apart.
The most interesting part for divers is the stern.
Giuseppe Dezza lies on the seabed, in a regular position, with the stern cannon clearly visible and the preserved military equipment, frozen in a lost time.
Suitable for AOWD with a minimum of 40 dives.
We offer Deep Specialty, Wreck Specialty and Enriched air Nitrox to dive on the Wreck!