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#523_4096; Divers by the sparewheel.
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#523_4098; Divers by the sparewheel.
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#523_4099; Divers by the sparewheel.

D/S Gudrun

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Updated 4nd. of Nov., 2006

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D/S Gudrun, a German steelship at about 70 meter in length, was hiding in the Flekkefjord, in the 2nd worldwar. A place that was known to be quite safe against attacks from the british warplanes. Despite of her position, the english Mosquitoplanes found her on the 10th. of December, 1944 and 17 planes attacked the ship at one time.
The captain put the ship on shoal water, to prevent the ship from sinking completely, but most of the superstructure burned out.
The ship was resting, with the rear part below the surface, at the same place in about 1½ a year, until the war was over.
Then a breakercompany bought the wreck and planned to tug the ship longer into the Flekkefjord, but one of the pontoones was lost and D/S Gudrun went down into the deep, at about 50 meter of depth, only 100 meters from land, at a place called Abelness.
Today, Gudrun is a true "Donal Duck-wreck", what means a right up standing wreck, with many nice details intact.
Already at 14 meter of depth, you will meet the masts and the maindeck is reached at about 30 meter. A beautyfull experience for the wreckdiver.

 

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#523_4090; Divers by the sparewheel.
 
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#523_4091; Divers by the sparewheel.
 
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#523_4105; CCR-diver at the propeller and rudder.
 
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#523_4121; CCR-diver by the sparewheel.
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#523_4124; CCR-diver at by one of the davids.
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#523_4127; CCR-diver at the maindeck.
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#523_4128; CCR-diver at the maindeck.
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#523_4137; CCR-diver ascending from the hold.
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#523_4138; CCR-diver at a winch
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#523_4139; CCR-diver at a winch
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#523_4140; CCR-diver at a winch
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#523_4141; CCR-diver at a winch
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#523_4143; CCR-diver by the superstructure.
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#523_4144; CCR-diver by the superstructure.
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#523_4145;CCR-diver by the superstructure.
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#523_4146; CCR-diver by the superstructure.
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#524_4162; CCR-diver at the bowsection.
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#524_4166; CCR-divers above the bowsection.
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#524_4171; CCR-diver above the anchorwinch.
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#524_4185; CCR-diver above the superstructure.
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#524_4190; CCR-diver above the superstructure.
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#524_4194; CCR-diver above the superstructure.
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#524_4203; CCR-divers by the mast.
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#524_4205; CCR-divers by the mast.
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#523_4108; CCR-diver by the propeller and rudder.
 
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#523_4111; CCR-diver by the propeller and rudder.
 
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#523_4113; CCR-diver by the rudder.
 
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#523_4115; CCR-diver by the rudder.
 
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#523_4118; CCR-diver by the rudder.
 
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#524_4197;CCR-divers by the mast and superstructure.
 
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#524_4200; CCR-diver at the maindeck.
 
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#524_4206; Divers by the mast.
 
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#524_4207; Divers ascending by the mast.
 
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#244-09; Diver by the superstructure.
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#244-11; Winch between the holds.
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#381-22; Above the damaged superstructure.
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#354-10; Diver by the sparewhee.
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#354-14; Sparewheel at the rear part of D/S Gudrun.
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#354-13; Diver by the sparewheel.
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#244-07; The sparewheel at D/S Gudrun.
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#244-06; Sparewheel-housing.
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#381-25; Droped scrap at the wreck of D/S Gudrun.
 
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#354-07; Diver by the propeller.
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#354-05 Another view of the diver by the propeller.
 
 
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#381-36; Divers ascending along the mast.
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#381-32; Divers ascending along the mast.