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#251-22; Diver by the portside anchor.
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#251-17; Diver by the anchorwinch.
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#251-24; Diver by one of the holds.

M/S Ran

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Updated 29th. of Oct. 2002


M/S Ran is located about 3NM from Vrist, at the Jutland westcoast. The ship sank on the 23th. of December, 1960. The crew, at 4 men, made it to the beach at "Langerhuse" after 3 very tough hours in the rescueboat. All their belongings were lost in the surf, even it was packed in suitcases. The ship had no radio onboard and nobody saw the firing rockets.
Diving the wreck is a very beautiful experience. Especially the superstructure, which is nice covered with Plumose anemones (Metridium senile), in bright white, orange and brown colors. The upper part of the superstructure is gone a long time ago, since it was made of wood.
The hull of the ship is fully intact and the winches are intact as well.
The wreck is laying at 22 meters of depth and on a sunny day, with good visibility, it's a perfect subject for wideangle photo.



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#251-05  (Please click for enlargement)
#251-05; Diver by the wheelstander.
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#251-02; Diver takes a look at the toiletroom.
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#150-22; Diver close to the superstructure at the portside.
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#251-20; Diver at the bow of M/S Ran.
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#163-25; Toiletroom at M/S Ran.
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#163-27; Stairs to the bridge.
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#251-06; Diver in front of the wheelstander.