Fisgard II – 65m

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Date - 23/07/2019
Time - 1:00 pm - 6:00 pm


HMS Fisgard II- Built originally in 1870 she was, at the time of her sinking, a training ship. She was on tow from Portsmouth to Scapa Flow in 1914 when, during bad weather, it was decided to take safe harbour in Portland. Unfortunately the weather deteriorated further and she sank not far from from Portland Bill with the loss of 21 crew. She lies upside down but in relatively good condition.

Dimensions : 85*16.5*6.9m

Tonnage : 6010

Seabed depth : 65m

Stands : 8 m high in places

Bookings

£55.00

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