The “remaining” wrecks

SMS Brummer PhotoSMS Brummer

A specialised 4,385 tonne fast minelayer armed with four 15cm and two 8.8cm guns, two 50cm torpedo tubes and up to 400 mines, the dual oil and coal fired Brummer participated in an infamous raid against a largely neutral convoy off Norway in October 1917.

The wreck is on its starboard side and has suffered serious collapses in recent years, particularly around the engine room salvage area, but is still nonetheless a largely intact and worthy dive and, at 35 metres, is not technically demanding, and can be dived in any tide.