Bristol Beaufighter


Bristol Beaufighter


Role: Heavy fighter, strike aircraft, torpedo bomber
Manufacturer: Bristol Aeroplane Company
First Flight: July 1939
Crew: 2 (pilot and observer/navigator/radar operator)
Powerplant: Two Bristol Hercules radial engines, approximately 1,500 hp each
Propellers: Three-bladed, constant-speed
Maximum Speed: Approximately 335 mph (540 km/h)


The Bristol Beaufighter was a multi-role aircraft extensively used during World War II by the British Royal Air Force (RAF) and other Allied air forces. Known for its versatility, it served in a range of roles, including as a night fighter, ground-attack aircraft, and for anti-shipping missions.

Dive locations:

Your dive trip:

10:00 – Meeting at Portomaso marina

10:30 – Departure

Preparations for the dive and the dive itself.

12:30 – Back to Portomaso marina

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The boat:

Each and every dive trip on our boat includes the following extras:

Fresh water