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Launched on 10 October 1942 at Robert Jacob City Shipyard New York. It was based on wooden minesweepers type BYMS. Named in time of service for British Navy -"BYMS-2211". It entered the Polish Navy at 19 April 1948. In time of service at Polish Navy its hull side name was "DF" after "T-31", withdrawn from service and send for appealing at 26 June 1957. It sunken on the middle of Pucka Bay, where it was used for air force practise. Today it lies on the middle of the bay with distance from Hel Harbour 7Nm and from Jastarnia Harbour 4Nm.

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54° 38' 52.2" N , 18° 36' 11.2" E

2015-02-19 22:19

Depth above the wreck: 13m

Depth at the bottom: 20m

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Rys: Magazyn Nurkowanie

DESCRIPTION
Launched on 10 October 1942 at Robert Jacob City Shipyard New York. It was based on wooden minesweepers type BYMS. Named in time of service for British Navy -"BYMS-2211". It entered the Polish Navy at 19 April 1948. In time of service at Polish Navy its hull side name was "DF" after "T-31", withdrawn from service and send for appealing at 26 June 1957. It sunken on the middle of Pucka Bay, where it was used for air force practise. Today it lies on the middle of the bay with distance from Hel Harbour 7Nm and from Jastarnia Harbour 4Nm.|
DIMENSIONS

Length overall 41,9 m
Breadth on Midship 7,7 m
Depth 2,4 m
Capacity 277 t
Propulsion System
Equipped in two GMC Diesel Engines with power of 1000HP
Two propellers with max. speed 12,6 knots
Crew 42 seamen's
ARMAMENT
One 85mm canon
Four 12,7 Machine Guns with Colt system cooled with water
Trawl Equipment
Acoustic Trawl SA-IV
Electromagnetic Trawl TEM-VI
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DIVING DESCRIPITON
The hull is leaning on the portside. The wreck is safe to dive because it doesn't have funnels, engine room and a larger part of the superstructure. The most interesting part of the wreck is the small gallery on the starboard side and the open compartments where you can swim in.

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