The F32.6 Helena wreck constitutes the remains of the 19th/20th century Rewa operated vessel named Helena, which sank in March 1945 as a result of military activities of the Soviet Army. Cataloguing works conducted on the site resulted in identification of an oak hull of a sailing vessel with carvel planking, equipped with an internal combustion engine. Dimensions of the wreck are as follows: 13.5 metres in length, 4.5 metres in width. The following structural elements of the ship were identified: densely laid floor timbers, staves of planking, staves of inside planking, an 8.4-metre-long keelson and items of equipment, such as an internal combustion engine with a flywheel, 80 cm in diameter.
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