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Seventy-four German ships had been anchored at the Orkney Islands of Scotland.
They were sunk to prevent them being divided up amongst the allies.
The wreck lies between 14 and 18 m and needs to be dived at slack water. Reviews: "In 18 m this wreck was scuttled to prevent submarine attack during WW2 and is a 2000t steamer built 1909.
You can do it as a shore or, more usually, as a boat dive. Boilers and reciprocating gear intact, covered inside with marine life, anemones, lobsters, starfish, urchins and wrasse.
Many photos of the underwater life of St Kilda are in our British Isles photo gallery.
As well as the WWI wrecks, there are many "blocking" ships.
The crew abandoned ship but some hours later she floated off by herself. "I've been diving for a few years in various parts of the world and if you don't mind the cold then you could do much worse than dive the wrecks of the Sound of Mull on the west coast of Scotland.
A lifeboat took her in tow, helped by two fishing boats. There are lots of dive operators and lots of dives for people of various experience.
According to UNESCO, it has some of the highest cliffs in Europe, which have large colonies of rare and endangered species of birds, especially puffins and gannets.
The archipelago, uninhabited since 1930, bears the evidence of more than 2,000 years of human occupation in the extreme conditions prevalent in the Hebrides.