DANNEBROGE

Information:

port, place of departure:                              Sovang,

depth above the wreck:                               NDA,

depth at the bottom:                                   9 m,

level of diver training:                                  beginner,

diving type:                                                wreck,

diving period:                                             whole year,

visibility max:                                            10 m,

water temperature:                                    2 - 15 °C,

available from:                                           boat,

currents:                                                   occurs,

warnings:                                                  none.

Wreck description:

DANNEBROGE is a shipwreck of the Danish-Norwegian ship located to the south of Copenhagen, which lies at a depth of 9 m. This is a perfect diving space for persons with novice level of training. It is necessary to be particularly careful due to poor visibility. Built in 1692, carried 84 cannons. The crew consisted of 600 people. It sank on 4 October 1710, following an explosion during the Great Northern War. There is a ban on diving, because remains were raked up.

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