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#201-25; M/S Faros was loaded with timber. Parts of it went down to the deep, still wrapped in the original plastic with firmname, etc.
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#201-16; This boardingboat went down to the deep with M/S Faros.
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#201-22; Diver examines a box, containing heavy bolts. The box is found on the deck between the 2 holds.

M/S Faros

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Updated 29th. of Oct. 2002

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The ship was on it's way from Sweeden to Holland with 2100 tons of timber, when a heavy storm blow into the area. The ship got into troubles, about 40NM from the danish westcoast, when the machine stoped and the seawater was getting inside!
15 meter high waves and floating timber made it very difficult and dangerous to rescue the crew at 7 men. 2 helicopters and the danish Inspection-ship "Vestkysten" was involved in this action. A rescuer (Ole Stie Olesen) on the Inspection-ship died by the event, but all other was saved!
You can read more about this wreck in my article, published at The Scandinavian Underwater magazine "DYK" August, 2001

 

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#201-31; Door to electric installations.
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#201-04; Electric installations.
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#201-26; Leider at the front, damaged by the waves and floating timber.
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#201-03; Diver by the hold
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#201-30; Diver at the portside of M/S Faros.
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#203-28; Diver by the anchorwinch.
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#201-13; In this bracket, the rescuefleet, (used by the crew) was mounted.
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#201-32; The ventilationsystem to the holds is very caracteristic. Two towershaped constructions raises from the deck on the frontship.
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#203-07; Diver at the entrance to the bridge at the starboard side.