Wreck dive: The Torpedo Boat - The southern part of the Langeland Belt

A very beginner friendly wreck, as it is lying on a light colored, sandy seabed in 10 meters of water with rarely any current. The wreck is beautifully overgrown and many fish including cods may be seen under the stern of the wreck.

Nationality: German. 
Currents: Rarely any current. 
Photography: It is well worth bringing a camera. 

About The Torpedo Boat
This motor torpedo boat is of an E-boat the same class as those found at Lunkebugten.

A very beginner friendly wreck, as it is lying on a light colored, sandy seabed in 10 meters of water in an area where there is rarely any current.

The wreck is beautifully overgrown and many small fish and even large cod may be seen under the stern of the wreck. Many artifacts have been recovered from the wreck, including ammunition and porcelain.

The front part of the wreck is missing, but the torpedo tubes can be seen lying on the sandy bottom in front of the engine room, where the engines can be clearly seen.

One of the ships anti-aircraft canons can be found lying on the seabed around 20 meters from the wreck on the left.

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(lat)54.668850N54°40.131'
(long)10.703800E10°42.228'
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