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DJ
posted : June 23, 2005 Post subject: Wrecks to snorkell from shore
Does anybody know any wrecks that can be snorkelled from shore on the south coast. Preferrably Dorset area? I fancy an adventurous snorkel but I'm no diver!

 
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posted : July 10, 2005 Post subject: Wrecks to snorkell from shore
Between Lyme Regis and Seaton is the wreck of the Berar. Sunk 1896. The wreck is located at the western of Charlton Bay. At low tide you can walk out to it. There is more wreckage is just off shore. Lots of weed and a debri field. 2003 porthole and sextand found and some silver knives and forks. Further info and picture. "Shipwreck Guide to Dorset and Lyme Bay." Hope this helps

 
DJ
posted : July 13, 2005 Post subject: Wrecks to snorkell from shore
Thanks very much for the info. Might investigate this weekend.

 
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