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    Torbay wreck (GB)

    Could someone halp me with the name of a wreck I dived about 7 years ago on my OC Trimix course ?

    It was out of Torbay, maybe to the south, and in about 58m. I think it had a small number of shell cases.

    Sorry the description is a bit vague but I was concentrating on the skills at the time.

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    Re: Torbay wreck (GB)

    Anyone ?

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    Re: Torbay wreck (GB)

    There are tons out there!

    Can you improve the description? Where and who did you dive from?

    Failing that, ask on SouthWestMafia.

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    Re: Torbay wreck (GB)

    Yes I know the description is poor, it wasn't a long dive and most of it was spent doing drills and skills so I didn't see an awful lot.

    We used Paignton Harbour on Nick Bright's boat Atlantis II. Nick doesn't operate a dive boat anymore.

    I had been rather seasick the day before so Nick stayed close to shore as we headed south and then turned out to sea close to the wreck.

    One suggestion I have had is the Waikowa/Waikawa but I don't know anything about it.

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    Re: Torbay wreck (GB)

    one of the red light steamers maybe? Northfield?

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