The ship was built in 1935 Nobiskrug shipyard in Rendsburg under construction 440. From 1939 to 1944 used by Kriegsmarine. One of the most beautiful and picturesque wrecks that can be selected
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55° 8' 9.6" N , 17° 46' 41.4" E
Depth above the wreck: 35m
Depth at the bottom: 45m
ex. Gustav Schindler
The ship was built in 1935 Nobiskrug shipyard in Rendsburg under construction 440. The owner of Hamburger Tankreederei GmbH, Hamburg. Mechanically driven oil tanker with 16 tanks without double bottom.
He served in the Kriegsmarine in years:
August 4, 1939 Tanker auxiliary naval shipyard in Kiel.
August 21, 1939 in Gdynia Auxiliary Tanker
Year 1941 as a tanker fleet for the 27 U-bots.
13.10. 1944 hit in the starboard side by two torpedoes from the Soviet submarine Lembit SS (S-4).
Length between particulars 74,1 m
Breadth 11,3 m
Draft 6,4 m
Gross Tonnage 1533 BRT
Equipped with two rows combustion engines each with eight cylinders. The ship has two propellers with constant pitch.
One of the most beautiful and picturesque wrecks that can be selected. It is situated perfectly on the keel. It's full of nooks and crannies that are visited by divers.