Sharp metal objects
Eddies or swell
Excellent for photography
Use a torch
The wreckage of a Danish vessel that was sunk in 1917, during the first world war, by the German U35 submarine. Only parts of the vessel can now be seen, which besides being battered by storms was the object of a rescue operation.
One of the most important parts of the vessel that still exists fairly intact is the boiler, which rises imposingly from the rock and sand of the sea bed where it lies. Other, relatively small parts of the wreck lie scattered around a large area around the boiler.
Due to its shallow depth longer dives can be done observing some species that seek refuge among the pieces of iron.
Juveniles of various species may often be found inside the boiler. Great care is advised, to avoid cutting and injuring yourself on the rusty metal plates.