The HMS Repulse was deployed to South East Asia as part of the Z-Force, in the battle with Japan and is a real World War II history wreck. She sailed from Singapore on 8th December 1941, alongside the MHS Prince of Wales and 4 other destroyers to intercept the Japanese invasion craft headed for the coast of Malaysia.
On the 10th December, she sustained heavy attacks by bombers and torpedo aircraft. Two bombs caused severe damage and fires; subsequent torpedo attacks resulted in 4 fatal hits to her, she sunk within 2 minutes; over 500 crew perished.
She now sits at the bottom of the South China Sea, just off from Tioman in about 55 meters of water; and lying on her starboard side and shrouded in fishing nets.