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Dive Tales

Entries for June 2005

Little is known about this Landing Craft lying about two miles south south west of the cliff of White Nothe, just east of Weymouth . From the size of the wreck it is probable that she was a LCM (landing craft mechanised). read full story »
The Saint Dunstan as a turn of the century bucket dredger sunk by a mine on September 23rd 1917. She is almost the perfect size wreck, small enough to see on one dive but large enough not to get crowded. Lying in 29 meters of water a five miles south of West Bay in Lyme Bay she is upside down and partially intact. There are always huge shoals of bib and poor cod milling around this wreck, as well as plentiful conger eels inside the engine room. read full story »
The M2 started life in 1916 as K19 but due to major problems with the K class of submarines work was suspended after the keel was laid. A new class of submarines, based on the keel of the K class was designed. read full story »
  

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