St Dunstan (& Drift)
A rare chance to dive the St Dunstan. Not for the feint hearted, it’s a little further out than other wrecks and needs divers with experience.
This 200’ bucket dredger was used as a mine sweeper and was sunk by a mine in 1917. The wreck lies turtle, twisted, and her highest point off the sea bed is about seven metres. 20-30m depth range.
Due to the tides it’s likely to be a drift or local dive for the second dive. Prices will be adjusted accordingly on the day.