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#319-19; Divers by the wheel at the stern of S/S Walter Leonhardt.
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#319-20; Stern of the S/S Walter Leonhardt.
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#319-18; Divers by the wheel at the stern of S/S Walter Leonhardt.

S/S Walter Leonhardt

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Updated 11th. of June, 2003

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S/S Walter Leonhardt was on it's way home with iron from Sweden, for the german warmachine, when it was located by the Submarine, E-19. The crew was told to leave in the rescueboats and right after, explosives was placed in one of the holds to sink the ship.

The wreck is not as intact as the S/S Nicomedia and S/S Director Reppenhagen, but absolutly worth a visit. As you see on the pictures to the left, the rear part of the ship is a very interesting place. A nice wheel is found here together with davids for a rescueboat and entrance to the inside of the wreck. A visibility underwater, from 10 to 20 meters, which is not unusual that far of the coast, makes diving here a very exciting experience.

 

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#319-03; Divers at the stern.
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#319-04; Diver examines the stern.
 
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#319-15; View of the maindeck at S/S Walter Leonhardt.