Akula (Russian: Акула; meaning shark) was a submarine built for the Imperial Russian Navy. Akula was the first Russian submarine able to cruise long distances. In 1912 Akula made the world's first multi-torpedo volley with five torpedoes. She subsequently served in the Baltic Fleet during World War I making 16 patrols and unsuccessfully attacked the German coastal defense ship SMS Beowulf. She struck a mine and sank near Hiiumaa in November 1915 on her 17th patrol. Akula lies about 26 meters below water. All 35 members of the crew died. [Wikipedia] See video in Youtube.
This English 19th century sailing ship sunk on 28th of July 1863. The wreck is located in the NW of Hiiumaa around 35 meters depth.
This German war ship was lost on 14 October 1917 between Hiiumaa and Saaremaa. W from Sõru port, at a depth of 25 meters.
On 15 September 1919, after a two-week journey from Bordeaux to Tallinn, the steamship reached Tahkuna Peninsula, where on a stormy sea at 4 a.m. in the morning it struck a floating mine. N from Tahkuna Peninsula, at a depth of ca 32 meters. Hiiumaa
This Russan minesweeper sunk aftemine explosion on 23 August 1917. NE from Kärdla port, near Lainemadal. At a depth of 16 meters.
This Latvia steamer hit a mine on 30 June 1941 and foundered. Five people lost their lives. NE from Kärdla port, near Lainemadal. At a depth of 15 meters.
This minesweeper hit a mine on 16 Sptember 1915. After a mine explosion in the ship broke in two parts. NE from Kärdla port, near Lainemadal. At a depth of 18 meters.
This Russan icebreaker during on a German mine barrier on 7 September 1917. NE from Kärdla port, near Lainemadal. At a depth of 15 meters.
This Russan motor-hydrographic vessel hit a mine 27 June 1941. Two crew members lost their lives. NE from Kärdla port, near Lainemadal. At a depth of 19 meters.
This Russan minesweeper run a mine in the course of sweeping and broke into two. Went down with almost the entire crew.
NE from Kärdla port, near Lainemadal. At a depth of 17 meters.
Floating dock no 58
See also short movie "Väinamere pärand" in Youtube.