Wreck Thistlegorm. Strait Gubal is a graveyard of ships. The most interesting and the most famous wreck of the HMS Thistlegorm, a British cargo ship that was sunk during World War II. During the mission sourcing was bombed by the enemy.
Currently it looks like an abandoned garage, located on the several motorcycles, trucks, rifles, aircraft wings and engines. Diving conditions are often changeable weather permitting diving should not cause major problems, but the high winds and large waves sometimes really hard. That is why the place is not meant for beginners.
The ship's hull is literally vertically to a depth of 30 meters. During the dive frequently descends to the stern and amidships, where you can swim for several holds. You can also see the bolt, cabin crew and anti-aircraft gun. The wreckage of a lot of dead fish, and the wreck is heavily overgrown with corals.
On the ship, there were also two locomotive- force of the explosion at the time of the bombing was so large that one locomotive was on the left side and the other about 30 meters away on the right side.
This place attracts an incredible history but also an impressive supply ship.