The St Dunstan at 28m sea bed, originally built as a bucket dredger was torpedoed on 23rd September 1917 whilst in temporary service as a minesweeper. Although a relatively old wreck there is still very much to see and there is always plenty of fish on the wreck. Due to her position, tides and visibility are often very good. She makes an excellent site for training and divers wanting to progress deeper. An excellent wreck tour can be found on the link bellow.