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#398-26; Stern of the Stinesminde wreck.
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#13_nov-04; Rest of the mast at the Stinesminde Wreck.
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#213-10; The cargohatch just in front of the mast.

The Stinesmindewreck

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Updated 26th. July, 2005

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It's hard to imagine, how a ship can go down in such a quiet place like the Mariager Fjord. The fact is, that nobody actually knows how it end up here.
A legend tells, that a woman put the ship on fire, while the crew, who was swedish, was at the local pub.
When the proffesional diver, Gert Normann and his divingteam, was doing an excavation of the wreck in 1989, they found absolutely no sign after a fire by the wreck. It's more like the ship was in an inactive period, because nothing personal at all is found in or outside the wreck.
The water in Mariager Fjord is far as salty like the water in the North Sea. That means, parts made of wood, is found in a remakable fine condition. The depth by the wreck is 12 meter and on a sunny winterday, the visibillity reaches 10-15 meters.

You can read more about the wreck in my article, published in "DYK", June 2000.

 

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#213-12; View from the bow.
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#212-22; View from the rear.
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#212-33; Starboard side.
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#212-35; Part of the lenspump. It reaches several meters down the wreck.
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#212-36; Another view of the lenspump.
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#212-34; Another view from the bow.
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#344-11; Mast detail.
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#344-18; Lenspump detail and diver in the background, exploring the wreck.
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#344-23; Diver above the Stern.
 
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#398-16; Rest of the mast at the Stinesminde Wreck.
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#344-14; Mast detail and divershilouette in the background.