54° 35′ 28.6″ N , 18° 48′ 8.3″ E
Depth above the wreck: 28m
Depth at the bottom: 30m
KriegsFishKutter type G was a boat designed to meet the basic combat tasks (port security, convoy cover and coast patrol). It served as a test boat before mass production. Finally 612 such models were created and until 2001 the last copies actively served in the waters. “Gunboat” (KFK 532), according to unconfirmed information, was built in 1944 in the Gdynia shipyard. 30.X incorporated into 3 Uboot Jager flotilla. From October ’44 to January ’45 was stationed in Pilawa in the 9th Division of Security. Later she goes to Hel with the task of guarding convoys. Remaining on Hel, she was renamed UJ 301 in Marineoberkomando. On April 8, 1945, was bombed in the port of Hel and then towed away sank 1 km south of the fishing port of Hel.
110 tons BRT displacement.
Total length 24 m.
The length between perpendiculars is 20.57 m.
6.40 m wide. Maximum draft 2.75 m.
One five-cylinder diesel engine from 175 to 220 HP.
One four-blade screw with a diameter of 1.30 m.
Maximum speed up to 9.24 kts.
A crew of 15 people.
Utilities: Plot 1 – 3.7 cm and / or 2 to 4 – 2.0 cm, and / or 6 deep-water bombs.
The gunboat lies evenly on the keel, with a slight tilt to the starboard side, at a depth of 30 meters. Because of the bombs in it, in April 2009 a part of the wreck was blown up by Navy divers, which deprived her of ⅓ length. The part that remains is still worth seeing. Due to the location, strong currents can often be found on the wreck.