Not dived as often as the Volnay, the Victorian Steam Liner Mohegan can really only be dived at slack water. She is situated on the Manacles. She sank in autumn 1898 due to either a dodgy helmsman or a dodgy compass! Again lying between 22 and 26m, the Mohegan is only dived by more experienced trainees nearing the end of the week. The rocks around the Mohegan are just as amazing to dive as the wreck if you have time spend a few minutes exploring these rocks before moving onto the wreck itself.
The most famous divesite around Skomer Island the intact upright wreck of the Lucy is a diver’s dream. So much has been written about diving this wreck that repeating it all here would be pointless. Read more…
Porthkerris – UBUC · March 10, 2019 at 5:16 pm
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