58.53.83N, 3.09.15W
LENGTH: 140m

SMS Brummer 3D Shipwreck

Explore the SMS Brummer shipwreck in 3D. Simply drag with your mouse to move around the wreck.

Brummer lies in 36 metres of water, on her starboard side, on a flat sandy seabed with her bow pointing roughly north. The wreck rises up to around 22 metres at the shallowest point and offers an involved, rewarding 35-metre dive without any overly technical commitment.

The vessel was of the same class as Bremse, some remains of which can still be found at Swanbister.

They were designed as fast mine-laying ships, less heavily armed and with less armour than the light cruisers. Many of the rails used to shift the mines around the ship can still be seen.

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Wrecks Protected Status

In recognition of their historical and cultural importance, the wrecks of the Cöln, Dresden, Brummer, Karlsruhe, Kronprinz Wilhelm, König and Markgraf have been protected as scheduled monuments. Divers are welcome to enjoy and respect these wrecks but removal of artefacts from them is illegal. For more information, please visit the: MCA Website

This 3D shipwreck visualisation is intended as a guide only and does not pretend to be entirely accurate. Always research/plan your dive with care and always dive within your limits. 3deep Media, Orkney Island Council or any other organisations involved with this website do not accept any responsibility for injury or loss of life as a result of diving in Scapa Flow.

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