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Wreck "Bodenwinkel"

Investigation without any details reported, shallowest depth 9.3 m.

The following symbols indicate scouring and direction of current.

Scouring Direction of current
              Scouring             Direction of current


2 years and 5 months later
Ship’s hull covered with sand, only parts of the wreck visible. Shallowest depth above wreckage sticking 7.8 m out of the seabed.
Wreck "Bodenwinkel" 1951

another 5 years and 10 months later
Foreship broken in two, bow points NW. Ship is in an upright position, stern section sticks out 0.5 m from the seabed. Shallowest depth above wheelhouse wreckage 5.8 m.
Wreck "Bodenwinkel" 1956

another 19 months later
Bow points NW. Wreck has disintegrated. Foreship and stern section level with seabed. Shallowest depth above torn-off funnel casing 6.6 m.
Wreck "Bodenwinkel" 1958

another 23 months later
Wreck position NW-SE. In the scour hole, foreship and aftship level with the seabed. The wreck has disintegrated severely. The shallowest depth, at 6.4 m, is measured above a mast trunk.
Wreck "Bodenwinkel" 1960


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