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The B-24 Liberator Lady Luck is a WWII bomber 20 meters long and with a wingspan of 33 meters which sank east of Biševo Island on November 19th 1944. Part of the 827th Squadron of the 484th Bombardment Group, it took off from a Moroccan airfield on a mission to bomb Vienna where it was hit by anti-aircraft fire. The pilot managed to bring the plane all the way to an emergency airfield on Vis, but the landing strip was damaged and the plane crashed and sank to a depth of 90 meters. The Lady Luck lies on the sea floor broken up in two pieces with the remains of the hull, wings, engines and cockpit all visible. It is teeming with marine life which makes it an even more attractive spot for diving. 

Diving permitted only through licensed diving centers

ANMA diving center

B-24 diving center

ISSA diving center

Manta diving center

Nautica Vis diving center


Visibility: mostly good

Depth: 88-92 meters

Krešimir line d.o.o


Val d.o.o. 

Šest mora

Konkordija Omiš

Sea currents: mostly weak

Site dimensions: 30 x 15 meters

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