James Fennell 16m and Pomeranian 35m
Time - 10:00 am - 4:45 pm
Reverse Profile – Firstly dive the Aerials (16m) or James Fennell (16m), divers decide, then after a 2 hour surface interval with hot pies pies, dive the amazing Pomeranian at a sea bed depth of 35m stands 7m high.
We are not coming back to port between dives.
Extra dive cylinders can be rented through Skin Deep or Underwater Explorers based in the marina.
Details about diving The Pomeranian
The Pomeranian was torpedoed by the German submarine UB-77 in April 1918 killing 55 of her crew. She was a Canadian ship on route to Newfoundland carrying various items of cargo including divers helmets and Royal Doulton pottery. She is collapsing in places and divers are advised not to penetrate the wreck. An unforgettable dive and definitely one for the log book.
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