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A general photo of Kalkara Creek
Kalkara Creek

This creek is mainly used for berthing smaller yachts in the marina and the delivering of water, electricity at the berthplace and collective shower and washing areas and toilets.

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SS MARGIT also known as MV Odile, is a steamdriven Italian passenger ship built in 1912, with a length of 105 m (244,5 ft),  a width of 13,7 m (44,6 ft) and weight of 3496 ton.

The ship sunk on the 19th April 1941 after a bombardment by the German luftwaffe,. The fire spread quickly, moved to portside and sunk. It rests now at a depth of 22 metres  ( 72 ft ) at the bottom of the harbour.

Two years after the ship sank the two masts and the chimney were removed so there are no obstacles for the shipping.
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The SS Margit  had a few name changes and owners:
1917 MUSTAPHA II
1933 Rebuilt as Cargo ship and renamed DJEBEL-ANTAR
1937 HELENDRA
1938 ALICE
1938 MARGIT

Photo below: SS Margrit




Photo below: the sunken "SS Margrit". The chimney and masts were later removed.





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