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Diving In Turkey (saroz)

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Jun 22, 2002
I advice everbody to dive in Turkey.Especially Saroz Gulf !
There are too many wrecks under this area.Most of these wrecks are remained from Çanakkale War (1.World War)
Wrecks are in between 30 meters and 70 meters!

for extra information: koerdemir@gmail.com

Kilinc Orhan ERDEMIR
CMAS 3 Star
Mugla University WaterSports Club Leader ('02-'04)
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Merhaba arkadaslar,

Nasilsiniz? Where are these wrecks again? I would like to dive there sometimes. Gule gule
Gun Aydin bey Kilinc!

Any how far from Bodrum? (might be stoppoing by there soon)

Hi Willer!

Canakkale, otherwise known as Dardanelles, is approximately 10 hours north of Bodrum by car or bus (non-stop). If you have more questions, it would be my pleasure to answer them.


Cem Timurkan
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