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Bremen Shipwreck

Petchburi Bremen Shipwreck Pattaya


The Bremen is an 88 meter long Thai cargo ship that sank near Pattaya in the 1930's following an engine room explosion.

The wreck now lies on the sandy bottom in 22 meters between Sattahip and Koh Khram.

Though the wreck is badly broken, the bow and stern sections are still relatively intact, but the center part is mostly mangled steel.

We do not recommended penetrating this dive.

Though the currents can be strong here if you plan your dive appropriately the highlight of wreck diving the Bremen is trying to spot the large Eagle Rays that thrive in these waters.

The Bremen Wreck is situated in open water and experiences strong currents for much of the year, so the optimum time to dive the Bremen is from December to March.

Petchburi Bremen Sunken Shipwreck near Pattaya 1930Petchburi Bremen Diving Facts

Best Dive Months: November to April

Average Depth: 15 meters

Maximum Depth: 25 meters

Visibility: 10 - 15 meters

Currents: Moderate to Strong

Hazards: Ripping underwater currents

Marine Life: Barracuda, Rays, Octopus, Morays, Angelfish, Puffer Fish.

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