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Underwater Photo Location: HMS Scylla

Underwater Photo Location: HMS Scylla

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HMS Scylla
(23m) 400ft Frigate sunk as an artificial reef. A Frigate, whole and upright on the bottom!! This wreck is a wreck-divers paradise. A great dive whether you want to just swim around the outside, explore all four deck levels, or do a wreck penetration course.
Marine life is taking a good hold and varies considerably at different times of the year. Expect pout, pollack, wrasse, congers and even trigger fish

You can dive this wreck from the dive boat Sunfish. You can contact Mike of Sunfish Charters on 07968-262421 or email click here to email  or visit website Never been on Sunfish before, then check out our Testimonial page on website
Facts about HMS Scylla
Dive types
dayboatwreckdrysuit

Marine Life
bigsmallshoals


Photo facilities
macrowideangle

by Mark Hedges
Taken from the sea bed of the hms scylla, visibility is often a challenge however the monochrome helps the appearance of this image.
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