Braatt II

Braatt II
Braatt II  
Dive Category Wreck
Dive Type Band 55
Max. depth: 38 (M)
Trip Time: 5H :30M

Minimum number of divers: 10

Max Depth - 38m
Tonnage - 1834
Length - 81m
Date sunk - 07 mar 1918
Type of vessel - Norwegian Steam ship
How sunk - Torpedo
Former names - Trudvang ex Stanton ex Fornjot
Wreck height - 6m

The unarmed steam ship SS Braatt II was travelling from Newport for Rouen via Falmouth with a cargo of 2780 tons of coal when she was torpedoed by UB-30.  She sank within 10 minutes.

The wreck lies on her port side. The bow has largely rotted away and her engine lies almost upside down.