Members of the international expedition have been anticipating their final chance of the expedition to dive on the wreck of the ORP Kujawiak. The group was apprehensive about the day’s mission
On the evening of June 16, at the beautiful Upper Barrakka Gardens in Valletta, one of the most representative places in the capital of Malta, a ceremony was held to commemorate the 74th anniversary of the sinking of the escort destroyer ORP Kujawiak and the loss of thirteen Polish crew members.
Peter Wytykowski had waited a year for this moment. As a participant in the third international expedition to the wreck of the escort destroyer ORP Kujawiak, he had another chance to dive on the beloved ship.
Members of The Shipwreck Expeditions Association conducted the first exploration of the wreck of the ORP Kujawiak in June of 2015.
Mariusz Borowiak’s book “Underwater Hunters”: The secret of the wreck of the escort destroyer ORP Kujawiak”
We are grateful to his Excellency Pierre Clive Agius, the Ambassador of the Republic of Malta for his tremendous support of the Kujawiak project, for his appreciation of our work and his always kind words
An eagerly anticipated book about history and diving. BOROWIAK on the trail of the sunken MYSTERY of the “Kujawiak”.
September 22, 2015 was an exceptional day for the members of the Shipwreck Expeditions Association – the first anniversary of the discovery of the wreck of the escort destroyer “Kujawiak” near Malta and a meeting with the last surviving member of the crew of this ship in England. Kazimierz Stefankiewicz (98 years old, born, Read More
73 years after the sinking of the Polish escort destroyer Kujawiak we’ve found the last living witness to these dramatic events.
June 16, 2015, on the exact 73rd anniversary of the event, in the Upper Barrakka Gardens in Valletta, Minister of Justice, Culture and Local Government of the Republic of Malta Owen Bonnici, and Head of the Office for War Veterans and Victims of Oppression, Jan Stanislaw Ciechanowski, unveiled a plaque commemorating the 13 fallen, Read More