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 Gudrun Wreck

Norway, Sorlandet

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Datum: WGS84 [ Help ]
Precision: Approximate

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Latitude: 58° 14.158' N
Longitude: 6° 39.051' E

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English (Translate this text in English): Drive past Flekkefjord and follow the signs for Abelsnes, about 8 km past Flekkefjord. Drive down to the ferry that goes to Abelsøy, park there and unload the equipment.
You can go in the water from the small boat-slip, where the sign says Diving forbidden.
Follow close to the shore until you can swim straight out to the buoy.

English (Translate this text in English): Drive past Flekkefjord and follow the signs for Abelsnes, about 8 km past Flekkefjord. Drive down to the ferry that goes to Abelsøy, park there and unload the equipment.
You can go in the water from the small boat-slip, where the sign says Diving forbidden.
Follow close to the shore until you can swim straight out to the buoy.

Drive past Flekkefjord and follow the signs for Abelsnes, about 8 km past Flekkefjord. Drive down to the ferry that goes to Abelsøy, park there and unload the equipment.
You can go in the water from the small boat-slip, where the sign says Diving forbidden.
Follow close to the shore until you can swim straight out to the buoy.

English (Translate this text in English): Drive past Flekkefjord and follow the signs for Abelsnes, about 8 km past Flekkefjord. Drive down to the ferry that goes to Abelsøy, park there and unload the equipment.
You can go in the water from the small boat-slip, where the sign says Diving forbidden.
Follow close to the shore until you can swim straight out to the buoy.

English (Translate this text in English): Drive past Flekkefjord and follow the signs for Abelsnes, about 8 km past Flekkefjord. Drive down to the ferry that goes to Abelsøy, park there and unload the equipment.
You can go in the water from the small boat-slip, where the sign says Diving forbidden.
Follow close to the shore until you can swim straight out to the buoy.

English (Translate this text in English): Drive past Flekkefjord and follow the signs for Abelsnes, about 8 km past Flekkefjord. Drive down to the ferry that goes to Abelsøy, park there and unload the equipment.
You can go in the water from the small boat-slip, where the sign says Diving forbidden.
Follow close to the shore until you can swim straight out to the buoy.

English (Translate this text in English): Drive past Flekkefjord and follow the signs for Abelsnes, about 8 km past Flekkefjord. Drive down to the ferry that goes to Abelsøy, park there and unload the equipment.
You can go in the water from the small boat-slip, where the sign says Diving forbidden.
Follow close to the shore until you can swim straight out to the buoy.

English (Translate this text in English): Drive past Flekkefjord and follow the signs for Abelsnes, about 8 km past Flekkefjord. Drive down to the ferry that goes to Abelsøy, park there and unload the equipment.
You can go in the water from the small boat-slip, where the sign says Diving forbidden.
Follow close to the shore until you can swim straight out to the buoy.

English (Translate this text in English): Drive past Flekkefjord and follow the signs for Abelsnes, about 8 km past Flekkefjord. Drive down to the ferry that goes to Abelsøy, park there and unload the equipment.
You can go in the water from the small boat-slip, where the sign says Diving forbidden.
Follow close to the shore until you can swim straight out to the buoy.

How? By boat & from shore

Distance Short walk from shore (< 5min)

Easy to find? Easy to find

 Dive site Characteristics

Average depth 35 m / 114.8 ft

Max depth 47 m / 154.2 ft

Current Low ( < 1 knot)

Visibility Medium ( 5 - 10 m)

Quality

Dive site quality Great

Experience CMAS *** / Rescue

Bio interest Interesting

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Dive type

- Wreck
- Deep

Dive site activities

- Marine biology
- Photography

Dangers

- Depth
- Current
- Boat trafic

 Additional Information

English (Translate this text in English): Standing on the boat-ramp, turn almost 90 degrees to the right. There is a big, black buoy (more like a can) on the wreck. Can be hard to spot when it's choppy. For an easier spotting of the buoy walk towards the big, private peer on the right. From there you can easily spot it.
It's a long swim on the surface, aprox. 100 meters, preferably use a scooter.
Follow the line down as there can be a current from the surface down to 20 m. You meet the mast at approx. 20 meter and the deck at about 35. The stern rests at 47 meters and the bow goes up to about 33 meters.
Wonderful wreck with big open spaces to go into, but use a line if you go in, lots of silt. Propeller and rudder intact, makes for a beautiful photo op :D

The German cargo ship went down in -44, loaded with ammo and concrete and rests in an upright position.

English (Translate this text in English): Standing on the boat-ramp, turn almost 90 degrees to the right. There is a big, black buoy (more like a can) on the wreck. Can be hard to spot when it's choppy. For an easier spotting of the buoy walk towards the big, private peer on the right. From there you can easily spot it.
It's a long swim on the surface, aprox. 100 meters, preferably use a scooter.
Follow the line down as there can be a current from the surface down to 20 m. You meet the mast at approx. 20 meter and the deck at about 35. The stern rests at 47 meters and the bow goes up to about 33 meters.
Wonderful wreck with big open spaces to go into, but use a line if you go in, lots of silt. Propeller and rudder intact, makes for a beautiful photo op :D

The German cargo ship went down in -44, loaded with ammo and concrete and rests in an upright position.

Standing on the boat-ramp, turn almost 90 degrees to the right. There is a big, black buoy (more like a can) on the wreck. Can be hard to spot when it's choppy. For an easier spotting of the buoy walk towards the big, private peer on the right. From there you can easily spot it.
It's a long swim on the surface, aprox. 100 meters, preferably use a scooter.
Follow the line down as there can be a current from the surface down to 20 m. You meet the mast at approx. 20 meter and the deck at about 35. The stern rests at 47 meters and the bow goes up to about 33 meters.
Wonderful wreck with big open spaces to go into, but use a line if you go in, lots of silt. Propeller and rudder intact, makes for a beautiful photo op :D

The German cargo ship went down in -44, loaded with ammo and concrete and rests in an upright position.

English (Translate this text in English): Standing on the boat-ramp, turn almost 90 degrees to the right. There is a big, black buoy (more like a can) on the wreck. Can be hard to spot when it's choppy. For an easier spotting of the buoy walk towards the big, private peer on the right. From there you can easily spot it.
It's a long swim on the surface, aprox. 100 meters, preferably use a scooter.
Follow the line down as there can be a current from the surface down to 20 m. You meet the mast at approx. 20 meter and the deck at about 35. The stern rests at 47 meters and the bow goes up to about 33 meters.
Wonderful wreck with big open spaces to go into, but use a line if you go in, lots of silt. Propeller and rudder intact, makes for a beautiful photo op :D

The German cargo ship went down in -44, loaded with ammo and concrete and rests in an upright position.

English (Translate this text in English): Standing on the boat-ramp, turn almost 90 degrees to the right. There is a big, black buoy (more like a can) on the wreck. Can be hard to spot when it's choppy. For an easier spotting of the buoy walk towards the big, private peer on the right. From there you can easily spot it.
It's a long swim on the surface, aprox. 100 meters, preferably use a scooter.
Follow the line down as there can be a current from the surface down to 20 m. You meet the mast at approx. 20 meter and the deck at about 35. The stern rests at 47 meters and the bow goes up to about 33 meters.
Wonderful wreck with big open spaces to go into, but use a line if you go in, lots of silt. Propeller and rudder intact, makes for a beautiful photo op :D

The German cargo ship went down in -44, loaded with ammo and concrete and rests in an upright position.

English (Translate this text in English): Standing on the boat-ramp, turn almost 90 degrees to the right. There is a big, black buoy (more like a can) on the wreck. Can be hard to spot when it's choppy. For an easier spotting of the buoy walk towards the big, private peer on the right. From there you can easily spot it.
It's a long swim on the surface, aprox. 100 meters, preferably use a scooter.
Follow the line down as there can be a current from the surface down to 20 m. You meet the mast at approx. 20 meter and the deck at about 35. The stern rests at 47 meters and the bow goes up to about 33 meters.
Wonderful wreck with big open spaces to go into, but use a line if you go in, lots of silt. Propeller and rudder intact, makes for a beautiful photo op :D

The German cargo ship went down in -44, loaded with ammo and concrete and rests in an upright position.

English (Translate this text in English): Standing on the boat-ramp, turn almost 90 degrees to the right. There is a big, black buoy (more like a can) on the wreck. Can be hard to spot when it's choppy. For an easier spotting of the buoy walk towards the big, private peer on the right. From there you can easily spot it.
It's a long swim on the surface, aprox. 100 meters, preferably use a scooter.
Follow the line down as there can be a current from the surface down to 20 m. You meet the mast at approx. 20 meter and the deck at about 35. The stern rests at 47 meters and the bow goes up to about 33 meters.
Wonderful wreck with big open spaces to go into, but use a line if you go in, lots of silt. Propeller and rudder intact, makes for a beautiful photo op :D

The German cargo ship went down in -44, loaded with ammo and concrete and rests in an upright position.

English (Translate this text in English): Standing on the boat-ramp, turn almost 90 degrees to the right. There is a big, black buoy (more like a can) on the wreck. Can be hard to spot when it's choppy. For an easier spotting of the buoy walk towards the big, private peer on the right. From there you can easily spot it.
It's a long swim on the surface, aprox. 100 meters, preferably use a scooter.
Follow the line down as there can be a current from the surface down to 20 m. You meet the mast at approx. 20 meter and the deck at about 35. The stern rests at 47 meters and the bow goes up to about 33 meters.
Wonderful wreck with big open spaces to go into, but use a line if you go in, lots of silt. Propeller and rudder intact, makes for a beautiful photo op :D

The German cargo ship went down in -44, loaded with ammo and concrete and rests in an upright position.

English (Translate this text in English): Standing on the boat-ramp, turn almost 90 degrees to the right. There is a big, black buoy (more like a can) on the wreck. Can be hard to spot when it's choppy. For an easier spotting of the buoy walk towards the big, private peer on the right. From there you can easily spot it.
It's a long swim on the surface, aprox. 100 meters, preferably use a scooter.
Follow the line down as there can be a current from the surface down to 20 m. You meet the mast at approx. 20 meter and the deck at about 35. The stern rests at 47 meters and the bow goes up to about 33 meters.
Wonderful wreck with big open spaces to go into, but use a line if you go in, lots of silt. Propeller and rudder intact, makes for a beautiful photo op :D

The German cargo ship went down in -44, loaded with ammo and concrete and rests in an upright position.

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