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Sappemeer sank on 11 July 1969 due to rough sea conditions. She was taking in water too fast to be able to compensate and sank. She is now lying on her side at 25 meters depth and it is possible to enter through the cargo area.
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'''Position''' — 59°6'5.94"N, 18°46'56.58"E
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Revision as of 06:38, 25 September 2010

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Diving in Sweden can be somewhat under estimated. The waters are very cold and dark, the bottom composition is often muddy and you will most likely need drysuit in all seasons. Despite of that, there are plenty of fantastic destinations and unique features such as the preservation of submerged objects.

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Stockholm

Vagnhärad limestone quarry

Baltic sea

M/F Sappemeer

Understand

Sappemeer sank on 11 July 1969 due to rough sea conditions. She was taking in water too fast to be able to compensate and sank. She is now lying on her side at 25 meters depth and it is possible to enter through the cargo area.

Position — 59°6'5.94"N, 18°46'56.58"E

Depth — 25m

Altitude Sea level

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