Bungsberg (originally named Eva, factory body number 646) was a cargo ship built in 1924 at Howaldtswerke in Hamburg, Germany, for China Reederei AG. She had three sister ships: * Troja - hull no 643 (Deutsche Levante-Linie, Hamburg, 1922) * Kreta - hull no 644 (Bremer Dampfschiffahrtsgesellschaft, Bremen, 1923) * Syra - hull no 645 (Deutsche Levante Linie, Hamburg) Bungsberg was sunk in Tallinn Bay off the Soviet Union′s Estonian Soviet Socialist Republic on 24 March 1943 by a mine laid by a Soviet airplane. Bungsberg′s last owner was Aug. Bolten Wm Miller's Nachfolger (GmbH & Co.) KG.

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  • Bungsberg (originally named Eva, factory body number 646) was a cargo ship built in 1924 at Howaldtswerke in Hamburg, Germany, for China Reederei AG. She had three sister ships: * Troja - hull no 643 (Deutsche Levante-Linie, Hamburg, 1922) * Kreta - hull no 644 (Bremer Dampfschiffahrtsgesellschaft, Bremen, 1923) * Syra - hull no 645 (Deutsche Levante Linie, Hamburg) Bungsberg was sunk in Tallinn Bay off the Soviet Union′s Estonian Soviet Socialist Republic on 24 March 1943 by a mine laid by a Soviet airplane. Bungsberg′s last owner was Aug. Bolten Wm Miller's Nachfolger (GmbH & Co.) KG. Today, Bungsberg′s wreck is a popular dive site for recreational divers. She lies on her keel in an upright position at a depth of 38 meters (125 feet). Her funnel and after mast are missing, as are the upper structures of her bridge. Damage from the mine explosion is clearly visible on her starboard bow. All four of her cargo holds are empty. Some papers retrieved from Bungsberg′s wreck and her engine order telegraph are kept at the Estonian Maritime Museum in Tallinn, Estonia. (en)
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  • Bungsberg (originally named Eva, factory body number 646) was a cargo ship built in 1924 at Howaldtswerke in Hamburg, Germany, for China Reederei AG. She had three sister ships: * Troja - hull no 643 (Deutsche Levante-Linie, Hamburg, 1922) * Kreta - hull no 644 (Bremer Dampfschiffahrtsgesellschaft, Bremen, 1923) * Syra - hull no 645 (Deutsche Levante Linie, Hamburg) Bungsberg was sunk in Tallinn Bay off the Soviet Union′s Estonian Soviet Socialist Republic on 24 March 1943 by a mine laid by a Soviet airplane. Bungsberg′s last owner was Aug. Bolten Wm Miller's Nachfolger (GmbH & Co.) KG. (en)
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