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THE KATZMURU

Average Depth : 29 metres

Max. Depth :   32 metres

Features :  Wreck of the Katzmaru, an oriental trawler sunk in the 1970's.   Marine life plentiful around the wreck.

THE ASTOR

Average Depth :  20 metres

Max. Depth :  30 metres

Features :  Wreck of crayfish boat featuring abundant mussel and crayfish life.

VULCAN ROCK

Average Depth :  20 metres

Max. Depth :  30 metres

Features :  Wreck of crayfish boat featuring abundant mussel and crayfish life.

THE BOSS & THE OAKBURN

Average Depth : 20 metres

Max. Depth : 25 metres

Features :  The Oakburn (a British Cargo steamer), was wrecked in bad weather in 1906.  Interestingly, in 1994, the Boss, a crane barge, snapped its towline and happened to land right on top of the Oakburn. An interesting dive and fascinating to imagine the heap remaining was once a mighty ship!  Railway lines, boilers and her engine still remain.

THE MAORI

Average Depth :  20 metres

Maximum Depth :  25 metres

Features  :  The Maori (British cargo ship) wrecked on 05th August 1909 in fog after colliding with a rock.  Kelp and crayfish are in abundance and the wreck is in fairly good condition.  Railway lines still lie in her aft.  China and porcelain have been found on the wreck.

 

 

 

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