This hired Norwegian 690 Ton Steel collier was sailing from Immingham to Dover with a cargo of coal when she struck a German mine and sank with the loss of 1 crew member a short distance (1-2 Cables) from the South Goodwin’s lightship position.
Diving: This wreck is completely broken in 2 and the stern half is very impressive being broken forward of the bridge and sitting completely upright on the seabed. You can follow the amidships hold under the bridge then back out and onto the bridge as the front has collapsed.
The bridge is a nice swim around then carrying on along the bridge wings you can look into the stern hold. The whole of this stern section is very intact and unswept, with lots of lobsters in attendance, and I did not notice any nets or entanglement hazards.
The max depth is 32m to the seabed and the wreck stand at least 8m proud of this.
More about this ships history and the sinking here:- http://www.warsailors.com/singleships/hundvaag.html