Excursion on the ship “Gunilda” that sank 107 years ago

A group of divers sank into the icy waters of Lake Superior in North America to photograph the sunken ship Gunilda, which has been buried for 80 years at a depth of 80 meters. On the yacht that sank in 1911, everything is still: a piano, a card table, chairs and a clock above the fireplace. Such a museum, which can only be visited by professional divers and divers.

Excursion on the ship "Gunilda" that sank 107 years ago

Excursion on the ship "Gunilda" that sank 107 years ago

Excursion on the ship "Gunilda" that sank 107 years ago

Excursion on the ship "Gunilda" that sank 107 years ago

Excursion on the ship "Gunilda" that sank 107 years ago

Excursion on the ship "Gunilda" that sank 107 years ago

Excursion on the ship "Gunilda" that sank 107 years ago

Excursion on the ship "Gunilda" that sank 107 years ago

Excursion on the ship "Gunilda" that sank 107 years ago

Excursion on the ship "Gunilda" that sank 107 years ago

Excursion on the ship "Gunilda" that sank 107 years ago

Excursion on the ship "Gunilda" that sank 107 years ago

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