#248-32 (Please click for enlargement)
#248-32; Diver above the rear part of the plane.
#248-31 (Please click for enlargement)
#248-31; Rear of the plane.
#248-29 (Please click for enlargement)
#248-29; Left part of the tail.

Donier (18 or 24) Aquaplane

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Updated 2nd. of April, 2004

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"This german aquaplane was shot into fire 194?, when it was laying by quay at Kjevik, in the Topdal Fjord. The moorings were cut and the burning plane sank about 100 meters from the quay, at 31 meter of depth.The plane
is, with no doubt, of the Donier Type, but some people disagree with the size. The 18 had a smaller cockpit than the 24, but the engine of the 18 was not a starengine.
Personly I think the wreck is a Donier 24, because people, who knows a lot more about planes than me, recognizes the engine as a starengine. The wreck is laying in 4 parts, connected with a guideline, which makes it easy
to swim from part to part.
Dust and silt from the seabed is easily wiped up, so be carefull about you boyancy control. There is no current to remove the dust.

 

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#248-05  (Please click for enlargement)
#248-05; Nose of the Donier.
#248-04  (Please click for enlargement)
#248-04; Cockpit of the Donier.
#248-26  (Please click for enlargement)
#248-26; One of the engines.
#248-24 (Please click for enlargement)
#248-24; One of the engines with a vandalized propel.......
#248-20 (Please click for enlargement)
#248-20; Diver above the Donier.
#248-09  (Please click for enlargement)
#248-09; Diver above the cockpit of the Donier.
   
#248-16  (Please click for enlargement)
#248-16; Part of the left wing.