James Barrie Trawler, United Kingdom (Great Britain)

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Deepest dive yet! Trawler sank in 1969 in Sound of Hoxa while under tow, lying upright on seabed,almost intact and 16m proud of 43m at high water slack. superstructure and bridge in good condition, though np glass or fittings.

Down shot line to starboard side, then down hull to seabed. Visibility incredibly clear. Only 53m long and 666 tons, so didn’t take long to get around. Did not try to penetrate, although perfectly possible

Three deco stops on ascent.

Excellent!