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Scapa Flow Diving

Listed under Diving in Scotland, United Kingdom.

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This area has the largest number of dive-able wrecks in the world. 52 warships were originally sunk, though the British Navy was able to salvage a large numbers of parts and pieces. The wrecks, including three 26,000 tonne Konig-class battle cruisers rest at depths between 30 and 150ft.

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“Wreck of the James Barrie”

Many wrecks line the sea floor of Scapa Flow, a large part of a WW1 German Fleet are sunk down here, but so is the James Barrie, a hull trawler sunk in 1969. Sunk after taking on water she’s in very good condition, just at the bottom of the Hoxa Sound … Read more...

Written by  Nick Shaw.

“Wreck of the Blockship Tabarka”

Good visibility means this is a better than average wreck that you don’t need a torch to explore. It’s upside down so easy to get into and a really interesting space when you do. Lots of people talk about it as being like a cathedral when all the ligh… Read more...

Written by  Nick Shaw.

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