The Felix Scheder was originally built as a whaler. She was commandeered by the Germans during WW2, fitted with two guns, and used as a patrol boat. She was sunk by British aircraft in September 1944. Felix Scheder was 382gt and 45m long.
The wreck sits upright with her bows intact. The engine room area suffered extensive bomb damage, and the stern has broken off. The wreck lies in a strongly tidal area, and is therefore covered in colourful life. The shipping lane runs close to the wreck site, which can be a problem for large dive boats searching for the wreck and trying to cover their divers. Slack occurs around local HW/LW.