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Cargo ship with motor engine which was built in Unterweser Shipyard in Lehe. On it's last cruise the ship went on 28 October 1942 with coal on board.

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Bengt Sture

55° 2' 30" N , 17° 39' 32" E

2014-07-22 11:13

Depth above the wreck: 33m

Depth at the bottom: 38m

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źródło: Sebastian Popek; www.balticwrecks.com

DESCRIPITION
Cargo ship with motor engine which was built in Unterweser Shipyard in Lehe. On its last cruise the ship went on the 28 October 1942 with coal on board. The route was from Gdańsk to Oxelösundem. Bengt Sture was torpedoed by a Russian submarine SC-406.
Length overall 64,17m
Breath on midship 9,25m
Depth 4,72

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