Photographs by Michael A. Schuck
The only place in the world that a World War I and a World War II wreck make contact with each other. Both are dive able on one boat dive and this shot is one of my favorites. You can clearly see both the Tokai on the divers right and the Cormoran on the divers left. If you swim a little farther back, you can see where the two wrecks are toughing one another. The depth where the two wrecks touch is around 95 feet.
One of the favorite spots inside the Cormoran for divers is the bathtubs. This picture is at the stern of the ship, two levels down at a depth of 95 feet. This bathtub is one of three separate bathtubs still accessible. It is believed that the clawfoot bathtub in the superstructure belonged to the officers.
Swimming through the superstructure to the bow of the ship at 85 feet. This black and white photo of a passageway on the second level of the Cormoran appears to have light coming in from the level above. However, as she rests on her starboard side the light is penetrating through the portholes on the side of the ship.
Photo Credit: Michael A. Schuck