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Ranked as OK by independant reviews Ranked as OK by independant reviews
Located in: European Coast >> Scotland & Northern Ireland >> Scapa Flow  
The Brummer and Bremse took part in a raiding operation against a convoy bound from Bergen to the Shetlands in October 1917. The Brummer can be a darkish dive because of her orientation and partly because this is a more open wreck that divers can partially enter. She lies on her starboard side with her bows slighly shallower than her stern.
20m / 66ft
36m / 118ft
Deliberately sunk: 21-Jun-1919 Wreck penetration is possible. Technical or decompression diving. More info...
Last 10 Diver reviews for Brummer:
Not recommended for novices
Date posted: 11-Dec-2005 12:26 by: Stevie who thought that: Only experienced wreck divers should attempt this.
Ranked it as: Ranked as OK by StevieRanked as OK by Stevie

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