Fehmarn is an German island in the Baltic Sea and 18 kilometers south of the Danish island of Lolland.

Danny and Holger in the Atlantis-Hamburg diveshop

Three-masted Lehnskov

This 30m long wooden ship was found in 2005. It took quite long until it was identified as the Lehnskov. It was built in 1943 in Denmark and sank 1944 after hitting a mine.

The visibility was quite bad

Uboot Seehund

Midget submarine ‘Seehund’ off Fehmarn. The Seehund was a series of German midget submarines with a two-man crew from the final year of World War II.

Fehmarn Strassenbagger (road excavator)

Crazy Story:
The excavator fell unnoticed off a towed pontoon off Heiligenhafen in 1976. They were searching for it quite long, but it wasn’t found until 2001.
Length: 20m
water depth: 14m

Sagasbank wooden wreck

A wooden wreck with a iron screw. Probably built around 1940-1950.
Length: 20m
Water depth: 14m

La Belle

In 2007 this sailing yacht ran aground and started leaking.

Prahm Staberhuk

Unpowered floating ship to carry cargo like stones etc.
25m long
15m water depth

Tjalk – (falscher Zweimaster)

This wrack was once mixed up with the twomasted wreck close to this position. It looks like an old Tjalk.

Torpedoboot SMS S-32

SMS S32, was a torpedo boat of the Imperial German Navy. She was built in 1886 by Schichau at Elbing, as one of a large number of small torpedo boats of similar design built for the German navy. S32 was sunk in a collision with the torpedo boat S76 in the Baltic Sea on 17 August 1910.

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