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#379-03; Reels for the fishingequipment in the front and lefts of the superstructure in the background of the image.
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#379-06; Lefts of the superstructure (Starboard side).
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#379-13; Rudder and propeller. Notice the tube arround the propeller.

Macurek

(Polish Trawler)

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Updated 21th. of Sept., 2004

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There were 18 polish fishermen onboard the Macurek, when it capsized on the evening, 26th. of march, 1963. 12 was found and saved but 6 men lost their lives, dispite of intensive seaching, both from boats, a plane and a helicopter.
Today, the wreck is staying right up and down at the seabed, about 11NM North West of Hanstholm. The greatest depth at the wreck is about 36meter. The hull and the deck is almost completely intact, while the upperpart of the superstructure is gone, because it was mainly build of wood. The wreck is about 40meter in length, and quite easy to survey. All images to the left is taken on a bright sunny day with 20m+ visibility.....excellent and certainly not normal circumstances for North Sea diving!

(Source:Freddy Breitenstein)

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#379-33; Jellyfish and diveboat. We meet this jellyfish, while decompressing after diving the wreck of Macureck.
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#379-11; Stern of the Macurek.
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#379-12; Another view of the rudder and propeller.
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#379-18; Diver by the rudder and propeller.
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#379-17; Diver above the Macurek.
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#379-16; Diver above the Macurek.
 
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#379-22; Diver at the frontdeck of Macurek.
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#379-20; Diver by the rudder and propeller.