fbpx

Wreck Tours

The Thracian Wreck Tour

Wreck Tour 107: The Thracian

Most sailing-ship wrecks retain too little detail to warrant the full Wreck Tour treatment, but JOHN LIDDIARD and illustrator MAX ELLIS have come up with

The Highland Home Wreck

Wreck Tour 106: The Highland Home

Most sailing-ship wrecks retain too little detail to warrant the full Wreck Tour treatment, but JOHN LIDDIARD and illustrator MAX ELLIS have come up with

Wreck Tour 118 The Caleb Sprague

Wreck Tour 118: The Caleb Sprague

The sinking of this British cargo vessel, sunk by German E-boats off Sussex in 1944, could have been prevented, but for extended-range divers it has

The Hera Wreck Tour

Wreck Tour 110: The Hera

At last, you cry, a big sailing ship to get our teeth into! And this one, off Falmouth, is also shallow enough to let everyone

HMS Patia Wreck Tour

Wreck Tour 108: HMS Patia

Off the North-east of England, this Wreck Tour ventures deeper than ever before, but it’s to explore an unusual wartime casualty and is well worth

Wreck Tour 138 The U480

Wreck Tour 138: The U480

This Channel wreck site is one for trimix divers, but it’s a submarine with history and in great condition, says JOHN LIDDIARD. Illustration by MAX

The F2 Wreck Tour

Wreck Tour 134: The F2

The F2 was a German World War Two experiment, and ended up scuttled in Scapa Flow in mysterious circumstances. JOHN LIDDIARD conducts the tour, assisted

WRECK TOUR 137 The Castlereagh

Wreck Tour 137: The Castlereagh

This month our tour explores another of the Kyarra‘s lesser-known near-neighbours off Swanage, the Castlereagh – also referred to by its former name, the Firth