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Devon Coast
Location  

Place Name : English Channel

Lat / Long : 50 ° 44 ' 42 '' North - 0 ° 9' 23'' West System used to obtain Long / Lat : GPS
OS Grid Ref - Square : 0 8 Figure : 0
Construction
Type : Built :  
Shipyard :
Hull material : steel  
Dimensions
Size : 0 tonnes Length : 60 m Beam : 10 m
History
Sunk : 1908 Cause : Date Found :
Depth
  Shallowest Deepest
Top : 12 m 15 m
Deck :
0 m 0 m
Bed : 13 m 15 m
Postition
Orientation : NE Lying : Inverted Condition : Intact
Seabed Type : Gravel
Artifacts : lots!!
Wreck Owner
Owner : -
Access : unknown
War Grave : Unknown Protected :
Restrictions :
When to Dive Best time to dive the wreck, relative to high wate
0 - hours 0 - minutes - - high water
General Information :
Small Boat Launching :
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Supplementary Imformation
Added by:
Richie
Posted on : September 21, 2005
Fairly broken up but not overley scattered. Wreckage stands on average 1-2m with the boilers and some of the hull rising to 3-4m in places. Many bags of now solidified cement lay scattered around. A good rummage dive and at an average depth of around 15m, you can spend all day on this great little wreck.

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