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Wreck Tours

Explore the finest diveable wrecks around the UK in detail with our Shipwreck Tours – John Liddiard’s expert diving descriptions combined with Max Ellis’s fine illustrations provide the perfect set of wreck-dive previews.

You’ll feel as if you’re diving alongside our content creators on these 19th and 20th-century shipwrecks, from cargo steamers to warships, subs to lightships – and when you get to dive these sites for real, your Shipwreck Tours briefing will ensure that you get the utmost from the experience!

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The Turquoise Wreck Tour
Wreck Tour 29: The Turquoise

For the first time we venture abroad, though within easy striking distance of the South Coast, says JOHN LIDDIARD – to dive an unusual WW2

The Ashbury
Wreck Tour 66: The Ashbury

You’ll have to travel about as far north as you can go in mainland Scotland to dive this tramp steamer, one of World War Two’s

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The Ashford
Wreck Tour 65: The Ashford

The steamer Ashford out of Brighton is more than 120 years old – which means that it has some interesting features for divers to enjoy,

HMS Scylla
Wreck Tour 64: HMS Scylla

We interrupt this series to bring you a wreck that sank only recently and, thanks to kind March weather, did so right on time and

The Tapti
Wreck Tour 63: The Tapti

It’s a bit of a run out of Scotland’s west coast centres, says JOHN LIDDIARD, but much remains to be seen on this rarely dived

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Segontium
Wreck Tour 53: Segontium

This mussel-dredger lying off Anglesey makes an appealing prospect for an all-levels club outing, says JOHN LIDDIARD. Illustration by MAX ELLIS FOR OUR FIRST-EVER NORTH

The St Jacques
Wreck Tour 60: The St Jacques

Who’s been messing about with the buoy? This French steamer wreck out of Milford Haven might be hard to pin down, says JOHN LIDDIARD, but

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Fenella Ann
Wreck Tour 59: Fenella Ann

How often do you get the chance to dive an intact wooden wreck in the UK? JOHN LIDDIARD has a nice little Manx trawler in

The Buccaneer
Wreck Tour 58: The Buccaneer

During gunnery practice, it’s accepted custom to aim for the target rather than the tugboat that’s towing it. The Buccaneer fell victim to a gunner

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