Over the past two years I have taken a large number of pictures of the wreck. During September and October 2007 I have created a number of panorama's of the wreck. I have arranged these to form a kind of virtual tour of the wreck.
The visibility was reasonable during these two months but even then it is impossible to get an overview of a larger part of the ship in one photo. So what I did was taking numerous pictures from a specific spot turning the camera from left to right and sometimes also up and down to compose a large picture of an area of the ship.
The result is a number of panorama's that each cover an area of the ship that is better visible in the composite picture than it is actually under water through your own eyes.
Enjoy the virtual tour by starting with the first panorama . It will give you a good impression of the wreck in October 2007.The tour starts hovering in front of the ship and looking toward the bow. I consider this "our Titanic" although the wreck of the Mediator is considerably older than the actual Titanic. But the view is equally impressive especially because of the low visibility in the harbour.
On portside (right side of the picture) you can clearly see the anchor chain. What also is clearly visible is that the ship is listing to starboard.
The horizontal line is a reference line toward the quay. The vertical line is a fishline that got tangled in the reference line.