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Underwater Photo Location: HMAS SWAN

Underwater Photo Location: HMAS SWAN

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Today, as a dive wreck, the Swan is a beauty! An impressive 113m long, 12.5m wide and 23m high, she sits upright on a sandy bottom in 31 metres of water. Her bridge lies in 17 metres and the top of the crow’s nest in just 9 metres of water, making her a great dive for all levels of experience. As she was destined as a dive wreck, holes were deliberately cut into her hull during preparation to allow penetration into the wreck, for qualified wreck divers.


Facts about HMAS SWAN
  • It is in Australia
  • HMAS SWAN is in the Indian Ocean.
  • The typical depth is 0-30 Metres 0-100 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 3-10 Metres 10-30 Feet.
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