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2 April Alaunia 28m + Drift Oceana Eastbourne Spaces

Discussion in 'Organised Diving Trips' started by MV Sussex, Mar 29, 2017.

  1. MV Sussex

    MV Sussex New Member

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    2 April Alaunia 28m + Drift Oceana Meet Ropes off 08:00, slack at 10:00
    If interested ping me an email:
    dive@sussexshipwrecks.co.uk
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    Distance from Eastbourne: 7.5 miles
    Sunk: 19/10/1916, on passage New York to London, mined
    Details: Steamship, Cunard Liner, 158.6m by 19.5m, 13405 tons
    Depth: 13m, seabed 28m LW to 35m HW
    Diving: The biggest wreck on East Sussex coast. Lying on port side, bow points to the east, Extensive break up mid sections but still a very impressive site. Highest point from the scours of 3m is charted at 13.1m

    Cost £50 per diver, Free chilled water, tea, coffee and a pasty.

    Drift will be over the Oceana
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    Wreck Drift technique, see:
    http://www.sussexshipwrecks.co.uk/charter-boat/safety-briefings/wreck-drift-dives-safety-briefing/

    Distance from Eastbourne: 6.5 miles
    Sunk: 16/03/1912, on passage Tilbury to Bombay, collision with Pisagua
    Details: Steamship, P&O Liner, 142.8m by 15.8m, 6610 tons
    Depth: 22m to 27m
    Diving: Boilers stand 6m high amid tangle of wreckage, sand covers and uncovers some sections

    upload_2017-3-29_21-54-48.png The advanced weather forecast is looking good.
    If interested ping me an email:
    dive@sussexshipwrecks.co.uk
     
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    MV Sussex New Member

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    Weather still looking good.

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    Still some spaces;
    Weather looking even better!
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