Suddhadib

Thailand,Asia

Hardeep was laid down at Hong Kong & Whampoe Dock Company in 1918 for the British company Siam Steam Navigation Company, named after one of Thailand king's daughters Suddhadib. She was extensively used as a liner between Thailand and South East Asia before the outbreak of world war two. She almost survived the war, but was attacked by British RAF airplanes 1.June 1945 and went down in the deep northeast of the island Koh Chuang. The wreck rest today on her starboard side on a depth of approximately 15 to 25 meter in the channel between the islands of Koh Samae and Koh Chuang.


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Suddhadib
Hardeep
68,1 x 10,8 x 5,4 m
     
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1311 grt
Hong Kong ( HK ) 1918 Bangkok ( TH )

GPS: N 012’31.5, E 100’57.5