My Reports

Wreck survey reports

North Sea: WreckX – Steamer ELSA

Year of construction: 1917
Sunk: 1932
Cause: storm
We discovered this wreck in 2007 and have already dived many times. After seminars in underwater archeology, we had the necessary tools and were able to clearly identify them.
Here the survey report WrackX 
Webseite: WrackX

North Sea: Vorpostenboot V812

year of construction: 1930
Sunk: 1944
Cause: Air raid (World War II)
We searched for a long time for this wreck, which sank somewhere between “Ems and Elbe” in 1944. Only a self-developed flow sensor got us on the track …
Here is the report: Bericht
Webseite: V812

North Sea: Vorpostenboot V1101

Year of construction: 1930
Sunk: 1944
Cause: Air raid (World War II)
The outpost boat was actually completely blown up and disposed of in 1970. However, we found it almost undamaged in a different position than indicated. It turned out that two wrecks were mixed up.
Here is the report: Bericht

North Sea: WreckY – Swedish steamer OSSIAN

Built: 1892
Sank 1941
Cause: World war II
We examined this wreck for the first time in 2020. It turned out to be the Swedish steamer Ossian, which drove in a convoy on its way from Sweden to Rotterdam and was sunk by English planes.
Here the report: German or Englisch 
Website @Gezeitentaucher: WrackY

Baltic sea: Steamer ELBING IX 

Sunk: 1914
Cause: mine hit (World War 1)
The Elbing 9 was on the way to rescue the shipwrecked man from the armored cruiser Friedrich Carl when it ran into a mine.
Here is the report: Deutsch und Englisch 

Baltic sea: Steamer EDITH BOSSELMANN ex. Rita Maersk

Year of construction: 1925
Sunk: 1942
Cause: torpedo attack from submarine or mine (2nd World War)
There were eyewitnesses on another ship who reported a submarine and the attack on the steamer Ed Bosselmann.
Here is the report in Deutsch und English

Baltic sea: Steamer URSULA FISCHER
ex. Senator Hollesen

Year of construction: 1902
Sunk: 1915
Cause: Mine (World War 1)
The freighter transported spoils of war from a city that had been captured shortly before. They had two planes on board that could still be launched from the sinking ship and that were still flying to the coast.
Here is the report in Deutsch

Baltic sea: Artillerieschulschiff (E-Meßschiff) MS Carl Zeiss 

Artillery training ship Carl Zeiss
Year of construction: 1939
Sunk: 1944
Cause: Mine (2nd World War)
On November 9, 1942, the ship MS Karl Zeiß ran into a mine near Saßnitz. It was later made buoyant; in October 1944 it was planned as a block ship for Dünamünde. When being towed to there on October 14, 1944, it leaped near Memel / Klaipeda and went under.
Here is the report in Englisch

Others

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Hier der Bericht: Strömungssensor