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Date of Birth July 06, 1934
Date of Death 3 August 2010
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Profession Diver
Horoscope Cancer

Max Cramer Biography

Max Cramer is a famous Australian diver, who was born on July 06, 1934 in . According to Astrologers, Max Cramer's zodiac sign is Cancer.

Max Cramer OAM (6 July 1934 – 3 August 2010) was an Australian scuba diver who became famous as the co-discoverer of the wreck of the Batavia on 4 June 1963. He was involved in a number of maritime archaeology projects pertaining to historic shipwrecks in Western Australia.

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Max Cramer was born on 6 July 1934. He grew up on Mt. Fairfax farm near Moonyoonooka, just east of Geraldton in Western Australia. He attended Geraldton Senior High School, leaving at 16 and becoming a builder by trade. In the 1950s he developed an interest in scuba diving, still a novel recreational activity. Cramer was also keen on local history and was aware that the Dutch ship Batavia had been wrecked off the coast of Geraldton, on the Houtman Abrolhos Islands, on 4 June 1629. This calamity had been followed by the infamous Batavia Mutiny. Searchers had been trying to locate the wreck of the Batavia for over 100 years. In fact, they had been searching in the wrong area for most of that period, in the Pelsaert Group, of the Houtman Abrolhos Islands.

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Research in the 1950s by Henrietta Drake-Brockman strongly pointed to the Batavia actually lying in the Wallabi Group, 50 kilometres to the north. Based on this theory Cramer and other scuba enthusiasts, such as Hugh Edwards, began diving on the reefs and around the islands there. Then in 1963 a crayfisherman, Pop Martin, unexpectedly dug up a skeleton on one of the islands. That aroused great interest. Then another crayfisherman, Dave Johnson, mentioned to Cramer that he had also seen strange objects under the water nearby, including what might be an anchor and cannons. On 4 June 1963, Max Cramer, his brother Graham Cramer, Tom Brady and Greg Allen dived at the spot, Morning Reef. Within minutes they had found the legendary wreck, exactly 334 years to the day of its sinking.

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The discovery created an international sensation and Cramer's life was irrevocably changed. He became an explorer of wrecks par excellence, in the service of maritime archaeology, and a champion of the rich maritime history and heritage of what is now known as the Batavia Coast.

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The discovery of the Batavia was an event which saw the real commencement of Cramer's long involvement in locating and assisting in the recovery of material from some of Australia's most historic wrecks, often at his own expense. This included the Zeewijk, wrecked in the Pelsaert Group of the Houtman Abrolhos in 1727, which he dived on earlier in 1963, and the Zuytdorp which came to grief when it struck the Zuytdorp Cliffs, 560 kilometres north of Perth, in 1712. Cramer, his brother Graham, and Tom Brady were in fact the first to dive on that wreck, in May 1964. This was a very dangerous undertaking as the wreck sits underwater at the base of a cliff, and it is only calm enough to safely enter the water on a few days each year.

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