The Markgraf is the most involved dive of the fleet. Lying almost completely upturned in 45 metres of water, the wreck requires a level of technicality which the others do not.
The sheer scale of the wreck and the well-preserved features rapidly captivate competent sport divers.
Prominent features include the bow, stern and rudders, which remain largely intact. Not only do these instantly recognisable features reflect the enormity of the Markgraf, they also provide an iconic spectacle.