Merchant Royal – 57m
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Free car park with trolleys, 2 min walk to the boat
You may dive solo if you have an alternate air source (Pony bottle,Twin set, Bail out) and are competent to do so.
Please be aware we do not offer a buddy service. Facebook I Need A Dive Buddy UK
Shuttle trips are being added all the time, so check back soon
All times listed are ropes off times, please arrive at least 30 mins prior
Time - 12:45 pm - 6:15 pm
A very interesting technical dive
Sea bed depth 57m stands 15m high in places
Max surface to surface time 120 mins
MERCHANT ROYAL CARGO SHIP 1928-1946
British cargo ship. The Merchant Royal was a British cargo steamer, formerly known as the Goodwood. She was 5.008 tons, 416ft long and had a beam of 55ft. She was built in 1920 by J Redhead & Sons at Sunderland and was fitted with a huge Oxford triple-expansion three-cylinder steam engine. On the 3rd July 1946, carrying her cargo of steel and wood, she collided with another vessel and sank. Attempts to rescue her by tugs dispatched from Portland were in vain.
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