Top wreck! Dived it with Alchemy Divers out of Tralee Bay. 2 shot lines, one on stern and the other (I think) towards the bow on the startboard side (conger lives there). Silty in the 5 cargo holds but lots to find - gas masks, bikes, dartboards (!) glasses - everything! Well recommended.
- - Brian McAnulty (BSAC 0380, Hatfield University) (firstname.lastname@example.org), 13 Feb 98
I found this one in May of 1966. Very impressive then Name Breda quite visible on stern, auxiliary helm still in place at stern. Holds full of general cargo. I gather it is now getting a bit broken up now.
- - David Leckie (email@example.com), 8 Mar 98
I think that this is th4 best wreck that i have ever dived. The last time i dive it was on May 97. We got whiskey bottles, olive bottles and bottles of brown sause off it.Cant wait to dive on it in the future
- - Chris Mitty (firstname.lastname@example.org), 2 Apr 98
I just love this wreck, I have found brass and bakelite razors, binoculars, wine bottles (wine tasted a bit ropey though), shaving kits, bank notes (Rupees), foot pumps and shoe polish (it stinks). If you have found anything else or have the ships manifesto please e-mail me.
- - Greg Whitehouse (Rankin@geocities.com), 13 Apr 98
If there is anybody who wants to know more about the history of the M.V. BREDA can contact me by E-Mail. I have a writen statemant from an eye whitness. Rikkert Rieksen
- - Rikkert Rieksen (email@example.com), 19 Dec 98
Visit my website and please E-Mail me with any information you may have on the Breda. Our site is updated weekly. The site is at; http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/ andrewhobbs1
- - MAD Club (EXPEDDiver@aol.com), 23 Apr 99
Have raised many items from this wreck in ardmaclush bay; razers, photoghraphic glassplates, brass pumps and much more; be sure to get the owners permission to dive the wreck. a fantastic dive for all!
- - Tony (firstname.lastname@example.org), 29 May 99
We have dived the s.s. Breda once this year and twice last year with an expedition to survey the wreck over the course of a week in August 99. Our website with details and history on the Breda is at; http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/andrewhobbs1 Any queries please do not hesitate to contact us!
- - MAD Club (MADDivers1@aol.com), 15 Jun 99
any info on local guides please
- - edley (zeiger@ aol.com), 9 Dec 99
For many years after the Breda sank there were reports of a wild monkey running wild in the hills around ardnamucknish.It was reported that the ships company had onboard a pet monkey.Around the 1970s the remains of a monkey were found in the hills with a silver bracelet round it,s neck with the ships name SS.Breda.This story can be found in the Scots Magazine the story was printed around the late 70s early/mid 80s
- - Pat Gallacher (email@example.com), 11 Sep 2001
Is the Ships Bell still on the wreck? If so any location where it is.
- - Deano (firstname.lastname@example.org), 22 Dec 2001