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 SMS Markgraf

UK, Scotland, Orkney Isles, Scapa Flow

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Datum: WGS84 [ Aide ]
Précision: Exact

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Latitude: 58° 53.486' N
Longitude: 3° 9.996' W

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English (Traduisez ce texte en Français): NE side of Cava island

English (Traduisez ce texte en Français): NE side of Cava island

NE side of Cava island

English (Traduisez ce texte en Français): NE side of Cava island

English (Traduisez ce texte en Français): NE side of Cava island

English (Traduisez ce texte en Français): NE side of Cava island

English (Traduisez ce texte en Français): NE side of Cava island

English (Traduisez ce texte en Français): NE side of Cava island

English (Traduisez ce texte en Français): NE side of Cava island

Comment ? Par bateau

Distance Bon trajet par bateau (< 30min)

Facile à trouver ? Facile à trouver

 Caractéristiques du site

Prof. moyenne 30.0 m / 98.4 ft

Prof. max 43.0 m / 141.1 ft

Courant Moyen ( 1-2 knots)

Visibilité Bonne ( 10 - 30 m)

Qualité

Qualité du site Excellent

Expérience CMAS *** / Rescue

Intérêt bio Intéressant

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Type de plongée

- Epave
- Profonde

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Dangers

- Profondeur

 Informations supplémentaires

English (Traduisez ce texte en Français): SMS Markgraf was a battleship of the Kaiserliche Marine, the German Imperial Navy.

She was the third of four König class battleship built, weighing 25,388 tons and having a length of 175 m, 30 m at the beam and a draft of 9 m. She was powered by three turbines developing 46,000 hp (34 MW) each yielding a maximum speed of 22 knots. Her armament consisted of ten 305 mm guns, fourteen 150 mm guns, six 85 mm guns and five 500 mm torpedo tubes. She carried a crew of 1136 men and officers.

The Markgraf was built at the AG Weser shipyard at Bremen. She was launched on 4 June 1913 and officially completed on 1 October 1914. She served in the Third Battle Squadron and took part in the Battle of Jütland on 31 May 1916. Her final fight occurred in Scapa Flow, where she was scuttled. A group of Royal Marines killed the captain, Walter Schumann and the chief officer Hermann Dittman while trying to prevent the scuttling. On 21 June 1919, SMS Markgraf vanished beneath the surface.

The dive site of the SMS Markgraf lies inside Scapa Flow, in the Orkney Islands at (58° 53′31″N, 3° 9′55″W). The starboard side of the hull lies at 24 m and the port side at 45 m.

Source: Wikipedia.org

English (Traduisez ce texte en Français): SMS Markgraf was a battleship of the Kaiserliche Marine, the German Imperial Navy.

She was the third of four König class battleship built, weighing 25,388 tons and having a length of 175 m, 30 m at the beam and a draft of 9 m. She was powered by three turbines developing 46,000 hp (34 MW) each yielding a maximum speed of 22 knots. Her armament consisted of ten 305 mm guns, fourteen 150 mm guns, six 85 mm guns and five 500 mm torpedo tubes. She carried a crew of 1136 men and officers.

The Markgraf was built at the AG Weser shipyard at Bremen. She was launched on 4 June 1913 and officially completed on 1 October 1914. She served in the Third Battle Squadron and took part in the Battle of Jütland on 31 May 1916. Her final fight occurred in Scapa Flow, where she was scuttled. A group of Royal Marines killed the captain, Walter Schumann and the chief officer Hermann Dittman while trying to prevent the scuttling. On 21 June 1919, SMS Markgraf vanished beneath the surface.

The dive site of the SMS Markgraf lies inside Scapa Flow, in the Orkney Islands at (58° 53′31″N, 3° 9′55″W). The starboard side of the hull lies at 24 m and the port side at 45 m.

Source: Wikipedia.org

SMS Markgraf was a battleship of the Kaiserliche Marine, the German Imperial Navy.

She was the third of four König class battleship built, weighing 25,388 tons and having a length of 175 m, 30 m at the beam and a draft of 9 m. She was powered by three turbines developing 46,000 hp (34 MW) each yielding a maximum speed of 22 knots. Her armament consisted of ten 305 mm guns, fourteen 150 mm guns, six 85 mm guns and five 500 mm torpedo tubes. She carried a crew of 1136 men and officers.

The Markgraf was built at the AG Weser shipyard at Bremen. She was launched on 4 June 1913 and officially completed on 1 October 1914. She served in the Third Battle Squadron and took part in the Battle of Jütland on 31 May 1916. Her final fight occurred in Scapa Flow, where she was scuttled. A group of Royal Marines killed the captain, Walter Schumann and the chief officer Hermann Dittman while trying to prevent the scuttling. On 21 June 1919, SMS Markgraf vanished beneath the surface.

The dive site of the SMS Markgraf lies inside Scapa Flow, in the Orkney Islands at (58° 53′31″N, 3° 9′55″W). The starboard side of the hull lies at 24 m and the port side at 45 m.

Source: Wikipedia.org

English (Traduisez ce texte en Français): SMS Markgraf was a battleship of the Kaiserliche Marine, the German Imperial Navy.

She was the third of four König class battleship built, weighing 25,388 tons and having a length of 175 m, 30 m at the beam and a draft of 9 m. She was powered by three turbines developing 46,000 hp (34 MW) each yielding a maximum speed of 22 knots. Her armament consisted of ten 305 mm guns, fourteen 150 mm guns, six 85 mm guns and five 500 mm torpedo tubes. She carried a crew of 1136 men and officers.

The Markgraf was built at the AG Weser shipyard at Bremen. She was launched on 4 June 1913 and officially completed on 1 October 1914. She served in the Third Battle Squadron and took part in the Battle of Jütland on 31 May 1916. Her final fight occurred in Scapa Flow, where she was scuttled. A group of Royal Marines killed the captain, Walter Schumann and the chief officer Hermann Dittman while trying to prevent the scuttling. On 21 June 1919, SMS Markgraf vanished beneath the surface.

The dive site of the SMS Markgraf lies inside Scapa Flow, in the Orkney Islands at (58° 53′31″N, 3° 9′55″W). The starboard side of the hull lies at 24 m and the port side at 45 m.

Source: Wikipedia.org

English (Traduisez ce texte en Français): SMS Markgraf was a battleship of the Kaiserliche Marine, the German Imperial Navy.

She was the third of four König class battleship built, weighing 25,388 tons and having a length of 175 m, 30 m at the beam and a draft of 9 m. She was powered by three turbines developing 46,000 hp (34 MW) each yielding a maximum speed of 22 knots. Her armament consisted of ten 305 mm guns, fourteen 150 mm guns, six 85 mm guns and five 500 mm torpedo tubes. She carried a crew of 1136 men and officers.

The Markgraf was built at the AG Weser shipyard at Bremen. She was launched on 4 June 1913 and officially completed on 1 October 1914. She served in the Third Battle Squadron and took part in the Battle of Jütland on 31 May 1916. Her final fight occurred in Scapa Flow, where she was scuttled. A group of Royal Marines killed the captain, Walter Schumann and the chief officer Hermann Dittman while trying to prevent the scuttling. On 21 June 1919, SMS Markgraf vanished beneath the surface.

The dive site of the SMS Markgraf lies inside Scapa Flow, in the Orkney Islands at (58° 53′31″N, 3° 9′55″W). The starboard side of the hull lies at 24 m and the port side at 45 m.

Source: Wikipedia.org

English (Traduisez ce texte en Français): SMS Markgraf was a battleship of the Kaiserliche Marine, the German Imperial Navy.

She was the third of four König class battleship built, weighing 25,388 tons and having a length of 175 m, 30 m at the beam and a draft of 9 m. She was powered by three turbines developing 46,000 hp (34 MW) each yielding a maximum speed of 22 knots. Her armament consisted of ten 305 mm guns, fourteen 150 mm guns, six 85 mm guns and five 500 mm torpedo tubes. She carried a crew of 1136 men and officers.

The Markgraf was built at the AG Weser shipyard at Bremen. She was launched on 4 June 1913 and officially completed on 1 October 1914. She served in the Third Battle Squadron and took part in the Battle of Jütland on 31 May 1916. Her final fight occurred in Scapa Flow, where she was scuttled. A group of Royal Marines killed the captain, Walter Schumann and the chief officer Hermann Dittman while trying to prevent the scuttling. On 21 June 1919, SMS Markgraf vanished beneath the surface.

The dive site of the SMS Markgraf lies inside Scapa Flow, in the Orkney Islands at (58° 53′31″N, 3° 9′55″W). The starboard side of the hull lies at 24 m and the port side at 45 m.

Source: Wikipedia.org

English (Traduisez ce texte en Français): SMS Markgraf was a battleship of the Kaiserliche Marine, the German Imperial Navy.

She was the third of four König class battleship built, weighing 25,388 tons and having a length of 175 m, 30 m at the beam and a draft of 9 m. She was powered by three turbines developing 46,000 hp (34 MW) each yielding a maximum speed of 22 knots. Her armament consisted of ten 305 mm guns, fourteen 150 mm guns, six 85 mm guns and five 500 mm torpedo tubes. She carried a crew of 1136 men and officers.

The Markgraf was built at the AG Weser shipyard at Bremen. She was launched on 4 June 1913 and officially completed on 1 October 1914. She served in the Third Battle Squadron and took part in the Battle of Jütland on 31 May 1916. Her final fight occurred in Scapa Flow, where she was scuttled. A group of Royal Marines killed the captain, Walter Schumann and the chief officer Hermann Dittman while trying to prevent the scuttling. On 21 June 1919, SMS Markgraf vanished beneath the surface.

The dive site of the SMS Markgraf lies inside Scapa Flow, in the Orkney Islands at (58° 53′31″N, 3° 9′55″W). The starboard side of the hull lies at 24 m and the port side at 45 m.

Source: Wikipedia.org

English (Traduisez ce texte en Français): SMS Markgraf was a battleship of the Kaiserliche Marine, the German Imperial Navy.

She was the third of four König class battleship built, weighing 25,388 tons and having a length of 175 m, 30 m at the beam and a draft of 9 m. She was powered by three turbines developing 46,000 hp (34 MW) each yielding a maximum speed of 22 knots. Her armament consisted of ten 305 mm guns, fourteen 150 mm guns, six 85 mm guns and five 500 mm torpedo tubes. She carried a crew of 1136 men and officers.

The Markgraf was built at the AG Weser shipyard at Bremen. She was launched on 4 June 1913 and officially completed on 1 October 1914. She served in the Third Battle Squadron and took part in the Battle of Jütland on 31 May 1916. Her final fight occurred in Scapa Flow, where she was scuttled. A group of Royal Marines killed the captain, Walter Schumann and the chief officer Hermann Dittman while trying to prevent the scuttling. On 21 June 1919, SMS Markgraf vanished beneath the surface.

The dive site of the SMS Markgraf lies inside Scapa Flow, in the Orkney Islands at (58° 53′31″N, 3° 9′55″W). The starboard side of the hull lies at 24 m and the port side at 45 m.

Source: Wikipedia.org

English (Traduisez ce texte en Français): SMS Markgraf was a battleship of the Kaiserliche Marine, the German Imperial Navy.

She was the third of four König class battleship built, weighing 25,388 tons and having a length of 175 m, 30 m at the beam and a draft of 9 m. She was powered by three turbines developing 46,000 hp (34 MW) each yielding a maximum speed of 22 knots. Her armament consisted of ten 305 mm guns, fourteen 150 mm guns, six 85 mm guns and five 500 mm torpedo tubes. She carried a crew of 1136 men and officers.

The Markgraf was built at the AG Weser shipyard at Bremen. She was launched on 4 June 1913 and officially completed on 1 October 1914. She served in the Third Battle Squadron and took part in the Battle of Jütland on 31 May 1916. Her final fight occurred in Scapa Flow, where she was scuttled. A group of Royal Marines killed the captain, Walter Schumann and the chief officer Hermann Dittman while trying to prevent the scuttling. On 21 June 1919, SMS Markgraf vanished beneath the surface.

The dive site of the SMS Markgraf lies inside Scapa Flow, in the Orkney Islands at (58° 53′31″N, 3° 9′55″W). The starboard side of the hull lies at 24 m and the port side at 45 m.

Source: Wikipedia.org

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SMS Markgraf
Door markcra
Oct 7, 2008
- Missed the previous days diving as I couldn't clear my ears. Flew down the shot line to meet the rudders of the Markgraf. Battleship lies upside-down, proceeded along sea bed on starboard side stopping to view casement guns (5.9" bore
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Trip: Scapa Flow 2008
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Van Oct 4, 2008 tot Oct 10, 2008
A week aboard the Sunrise, diving the scuttled German High Seas Fleet. This was my first experience of a live-aboard and although it looked a little small the boat served us well. With the exception of one failed attempt to drop onto the Taba
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