HMAS Sydney (II) survey expedition 1 May 2015 Video | Updated 1 years ago An expedition to survey the historic World War II shipwrecks of HMAS Sydney (II) and the German raider HSK Kormoran. The wrecks lie in 2,500 metres of water, 20km apart, about 200km west of Steep Point (Shark Bay). The $2.4 million survey expedition is supported by the Australian Government, Western Australian Museum, Curtin University, DOF Subsea, the Western Australian Museum Foundation, GMA Garnet Group and the Honorary Consul of the Federal Republic of Germany in WA Torsten Ketelsen, and Prospero Productions. The project has the support of the Royal Australian Navy and the Naval Association of Australia, representing veterans' interests. In this video you can see ROV over shattered remains of 'A' turret. 'B' turret with 15cm shell hole in centre. ROV over catapult roundhouse. (This was where the ship's plane sat - a Walrus aircraft). DOF ROV over wreck site. If you would like this video to be captioned or transcribed, please email us at email@example.com and we will work with you to provide an alternative format as soon as possible. ‹ HMAS Sydney (II) and the HSK Kormoran survey expedition 4 May 2015 History of HMAS Sydney (II) › View the discussion thread.