“Odin’s dive team” visited a series of wrecks, on a week long expedition. The video has a lot of nice views of the wreck and a bicycle that I havn’t seen before. Please correct me if I’m wrong, but the bike looks less overgrown than the railings behind it, so I expect it’s a resent …
Enurek has uploaded a very nice 15 min dive video, with lot’s of great indoor footage. My favorite part is at the 9:00 min mark, where a poster hangs between a wooden clock and a light fixture. The message on the poster is: COSCO BULK CARRIER CO. LTD. Safety and Quality Policy * Ensuring Safty …
Lots of good views from inside MV Fu Shan Hai. We are guided thru the vessels mess hall, bridge, offices and a bathroom during this dive. The mess hall is very well preserved, and chairs and tables still seem to be in a reasonable condition.
(Evening) An estimated 40 tons of oil has leaked the Fu Shan Hai’s tanks, and 10 tons have been collected by the environmental vessels “Mette Miljø”, “Gunnar Thorsen” from Denmark, and “202” from Sweden. When Fu Shan Hai sank, it had the following onboard:
1680 tons of heavy fuel oil
110 tons of diesel on board
6500 tons of fertilizer
The small Danish island Christiansø, north east of Bornholm was in the oil slicks track. It took about two weeks to remove the oil, and the process was documented in this movie:
36,3 kilometres of the Swedish coast was also hit by the oil slick, and had to be cleaned.
The prognosis for how the oil from the ship would spread.
After more than 4½ years the final bill has been presented to the insurance company. The swedish government wil recieve 29,5 million swedish kroner, and the danish government will recieve 24 million danish kroner, to cover the expenses after the Fu Shan Hai oil spill The owners of the polish vessel “Gdynia” has previously paid aprox. 84 million danish kroner to the owners of Fu Shan Hai.
In August 2013 more of the of the oil was removed from the wreck:
Diving on Fu Shan Hai
How deep lies the Fu Shan Hai?
35 metres to the top of the ships main structure.
47 to 53 metres to the deck.
55 metres to the ships name plate.
70 metres to the screw.
Dive centres that offer trips to Fu Shan Hai (alphabetically listed):