Don1t normally do these reports but enjoyed the dive so much thought I would share it: We all met up at Eastbourne Yacht club and after a chat and a bit of banter loaded up on the Channel diver for a 09:15 ropes off. About an hour later the shot was dropped on to the Bow of the Alunia and the top of the wreck was sitting at 23-25m and the seabed was 35-37m warm and sunny day with a water temp of 17 degrees! Almost tropical!!!! So we all dropped in to find a stunning wreck with at least 3-4m Viz with shoals and shoals of fish swimming around, found Tompot Blennies popping out of there holes to stare at us all quizzically as if to say what the heck are you doing here! Crab, dead man's fingers some anemones the odd big ling and Pollock (I think). Found the portholes and anchor but we are single tank divers mainly so couldn't stay for long as we got to a mandatory 5 mins deco and I really cant be arsed doing much more than that. Couple of hours later we were moored over the drift mark (The Royal Sovereign shoals) and after doughnuts supplied by the skipper and some well earn`t coffee we were in again. We managed nearly an hour on the drift averaging about 12m with viz at about 2-4m with quite a rapid drift and according to the skipper we had traveled a long way! Saw the usual masses of star fish and anemones but also plenty of soft coral, more edible crab (need a reef hook) and small fish, some different varieties of wrasse and some quite large Ballon Wrasse. But the highlight of the drift for me was a rather large flounder laying on the seabed and it didn't move a mussel as we sailed straight over the top just it's eyes on the top of its head swivelling around as it watched us go by. Then a spider crab with massive legs and the first time I've seen one on the south coast!! Brilliant stuff. Deffo a dive I need to do again ASAP If you missed it you missed a blinder of a dive.