A combination of depth (38m) and size (67m x 9m) prevented the SS Gwladmena being scanned on a single dive, but by taking two sets of images from different dives the entire ship can be built. Dive one concentrated on the plan view of the decks. Dive two concentrated on the surrounding seabed and hull. Read more about Updated, refined & revised – SS Gwladmena[…]
Now lying in 30m of water, this small trawler sunk just over 17 years ago and now lies on a seabed of near-white sand. Thankfully no lives were lost during the sinking, and today the wreck makes a great 3D subject.
With the summer here, Deep3D has been busy. One very large and collaborative project will be published later this year but we have managed to slip away and scan some wrecks in Shetland. Built in 1878, the SS Gwladmena sank in 1918 and now lies in 38m of water close to Lerwick. At 70m long Read more about SS Gwladmena – Shetland Islands[…]