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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.
Dive types
wreck

Marine Life
small

Diving facilities
air

Photo facilities
wideangle

by Brian Naylor
HMAS Swan, looking up at the crows nest

by Brian Naylor
HMAS SWAN inside the control room

by Brian Naylor
Inside HMAS Swan

by Mick Tait
Geoff on rebreather beside the former HMAS Swan. Canon 20D Tonika 10-17

by Mick Tait
Geoff diving the former HMAS Swan Wreck on his rebreather. Canon 20D Tonika 10-17

by Chris Holman
Ladder inside the wreck of the Ex HAMS Swan

by Rachel Bartlett
Scuba diving on the HMAS Swan, Dunsborough, WA

by Tracey Harris
Photo Bomber - i was trying to get a photo of the Swan Wreck but this little Globe fish had other ideas:)
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