port, place of departure:                              hundevaengsfald,

depth above the wreck:                               NDA,

depth at the bottom:                                   20 m,

level of diver training:                                  advanced,

diving type:                                                wreck,

diving period:                                             whole year,

visibility max:                                            20 m,

water temperature:                                    2 - 15 °C,

available from:                                           boat,

currents:                                                   occurs,

warnings:                                                  none.

Wreck description:

SMS UNDINE is a shipwreck of the German ship located to the east coast of Denmark, which lies at a depth of 20 m. This diving site is intended for persons with advanced level of training. Built in 1901. It was involved in the German navy. It had a length of 105 m. Reached speeds of 21.5 knots. The crew consisted of 14 officers and 256 troopers. Equipped with rifles, launchers and guns. During the World War I protected the transport of iron ores from Germany to Sweden. It sunk on 7 November 1915, as a result of hitting with two torpedoes by the British HMS E19 submarine. 14 men lost their life. The wreck lies tilted.

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