SS Kaeo Samud (Petchbury Bremen)

Dive sites (wreck dive)
Thailand

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Wreck
Wildlife and flora
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Wreck informations

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Scuba diving conditions

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When to go?

From December to April



Reviews
1 Review
03/06/2016

Nice Wreck. The Petchaburi Bremen is an 88 metre long Thai cargo ship that went down in the 1930's following an explosion in the engine room. She now lies on the sandy bottom in 22 metres of water between Sattahip and Koh Khram. The wreck is broken into three main parts, the bow and stern sections are still relatively intact but the center part is mostly mangled steel. There are a few swimthroughs but penetration is generally not recommended. One of the highlights of the dive besides the wreck itself are the large eagle rays that patrol the sunken hulk. Currents can be strong here so its best to seek guidance from local dive operators.
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