Delight – 58m

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Date - 10/08/2019
Time - 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Sea Bed Depth – 58m

Depth in scour – 60m

Top of wreck – 52m


“British Navy Destroyer D Class built in 1932; Fairfield Shipping Co; 1.375 tons; 326x33x8.5; 36.000 shp; 35.5 knots; turbine engines; 3-drum boilers; four 4.7 in guns; 7 smaller, 8 T.T.

The destroyer delight, Cdr M. Fogg-Elliott, was bombed and sunk by German bombers off Dover (Portland, Dorset) on July 29th, 1940, at the beginning of the heavy raids on England. The destroyer carried a complement of 148 of whom six ratings died of wounds and three officers, including the commander. 57 ratings were wounded.”



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