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The Gascony, a ship torpedoed by UC-75 on 6 January 1918, now rests upside down at a depth of 27m on the Owers' edge. Over time, the wreck has deteriorated, making navigation around it a careful endeavor. Divers exploring the site may catch a glimpse of the wheels of army gun carriages, which once formed part of the cargo destined for the British Army.

Divers will encounter an abundance of marine life on the wreck, including Bib, Poor Cod, and often bass. Crabs and lobsters have made the wreckage their home, while smaller fish like Tompots dart around, providing a delightful spectacle.

With a maximum depth of 28m and visibility reaching up to 8m, this dive site near England, United Kingdom offers an exciting challenge for advanced and expert divers seeking an unforgettable underwater adventure.

Last updated: 9 mo. ago - Oct 3, 2023

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