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Sunday
15
APR

Syracusa Wreck 27m

08:00
11:00
Dive Newquay
Event organized by Dive Newquay

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Syracusa Wreck Dive 30m

Meet at the dc for 08.30
Ropes off 19.30
Slack low water

The wreck of the Syracusa lies close to Newquay, North Cornwall. WK stands 10 metres high. Vessel was formerly known as the BAVARIA. This is a great wreck, the bows are intact and sitting upright. Sitting upright but broken, in a sandy/rocky seabed. The stern is completely flat and the prop and rudder are broken off lying in the sand. You can follow the prop shaft to the boilers and the engine. There is lots of plate and deck gear lying off the main stern area in the surrounding seabed. The port side of the hull is standing up to the bows approximately 4/5 metres high. The deck from the boilers to the bows has collapsed down with winches and capstans lying on the top bows which is standing upright 6/7 metres. You can swim through the bows. Home to a variety of fish including congas crabs and lobsters.

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Dive Newquay