Aeolian Sky – 31m

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Date - 16/09/2018
Time - 7:45 am - 12:00 pm

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                                                                       Photo courtesy of Robert Roslyn

Aeolian Sky – With holds full of general cargo, the 16,000 tonne ship sunk in 1979 after colliding with the German Coaster, Anna Knuepell 20 miles off Guernsey. She was trying to to make safe harbour in Portland at the time of her sinking. She lies on her port side and due to the area she rests in, the visibility is generally very good. There are however very strong currents running through this area and she should be dived at slack water only. She has been cleared to a depth of 18m with the sea bed at about 31m.

Divernet have written an amazing article on diving the wreck :

Wreck tour 27 The Aeolian sky


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