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The wreck lays close to Gdyni on about 20m. There is not much left after the ship. Although there are some parts of the ship's side and other ship's constractions. Due to the large surface area and a small amount of wreckage projections difficult to navigate.

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Stuttgart

54° 33' 33.7" N , 18° 37' 1.9" E

2014-07-22 11:20

Depth above the wreck: 17m

Depth at the bottom: 21m

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Wreck condition:

Diving on the wreck requires special permission issued by the organizer diving Maritime Authority.

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DESCRIPTION
Built in 1923 AG Vulcan shipyard in Szczecin. Launched in 31 July 1923. It's first cruise was in 05.01.1924 from Bremenhafen to New York. In 1930 moved to Far East lines. In 1938 sold to Deutshe Arbeitsfront in Hamburg. In May 1939 together with other ships (Robert Ley, Wilhelm Gustloff, Sierra Cordoba, Der Deutsche) comes back from Spain where collects Kondor legion and gous back to Germany. In 1939 used by Kriegsmarine as Lazarettshiff "C" - hospital ship. Then in 1939-43 used as hospital ship in Norway. In October 1943 bombed by US aviation. It is burning very quickly so it is taken out of the harbor and sunk along with the bodies of the fallen. Due to the risk of shipping in later years completely destroyed.
DIMENSIONS
Length between particulars 167,80 m
Breadth 24 m
Draft 7,56 m

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The wreck lays close to Gdyni on about 20m. There is not much left after the ship. Although there are some parts of the ship's side and other ship's constractions. Due to the large surface area and a small amount of wreckage projections difficult to navigate.

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