The Kreidesee is a well-known diving spot near Cuxhaven in Lower Saxony. The visibility is usually good. There are many original exhibits from chalk mining and artificially sunk objects.
The pusher separator of the Kreidesees is colloquially called “Rüttler”. It lies at a depth of approx. 20-45m.
The recordings of three dives were combined for the model:
- Rüttler with truck (35min)
- the area with master stalls and St. Andrew’s cross (35min)
- The lower stairs were recorded with Trimix (approx. 5min)
The yellow airplane
Plane Piper in Hemmoor in 7m water depth
The aircraft is hanging on a rope at entry 0 at a depth of 6-10m
Due to the depth of 56m, the wreck can only be reached with Trimix
The model was created because we had a few minutes of deco. I filmed the environment and calculated it later. It is incomplete because too many divers were there that day.
An old jetty left of Entry 0
Ultra light plane
The plane was once hanging on the rope that the Piper is now hanging on.
It is at entry 5 at a depth of 45m. Interestingly, hardly anyone knows it.
Sailing yacht “Hemmoor”
You can even see my scooter on the deck
2900 pictures from two Gopro 7
The lighthouse in Hemmoor. The upper grid was not modeled because the visibility was too bad in shallow area.
These cars in the chalk lake Hemmoor seem to have an accident.Depth: 20m You can find the 3D-Files in the Download-section