<font color='#0000FF'>Yep, this is my deepest warm water wreck, didn't go to the bottom though, low to mid 50's.[b said:Quote[/b] (daz @ Dec. 16 2003,15:39)]The Aida,
Sits upright on the steep slope of the Northwest side of Big brother.
The bow starts at 20m and the Stern ends at +60m.
I think if memory serves me correct the numibia is about 45m at the deepest point. But a 70m(ish) and 45m dive on the same day does seem a tad adventurous[b said:Quote[/b] (spike jackson @ Dec. 16 2003,15:53)]I've done both the Aida and the Numibia but only to the 45m level. We had two Belgians on the boat who rounded the stern of both (I think thats 60m+) on single 12l ali tanks of air ON THE SAME DAY!
For the record, I found this photograph whilst walking the dog Not my dog of course, because I dont own one but I borrowed one of a bloke I met in a pub. Any resemblance to my dining room is purely a coincidence.[b said:Quote[/b] (Rob Evans @ Dec. 16 2003,18:24)]Ere Mark, you know that the guys who found the Duke got severely nicked for hawking the goodies they swiped off her around the bars in Littlehampton?
Don't you kid yourself!!![b said:Quote[/b] (Porg @ Dec. 16 2003,18:10)]Have done the Clyde wrecks steve w is on about, very very nice wrecks but not for the faint hearted, balls of steel and all that for those ones. Black is not the word for it!
Northan woos moaning about a little darkness[b said:Quote[/b] (peter k @ Dec. 17 2003,00:57)]I was born'n'bred on the Clyde wrecks. Pah, at least you're near a pot when you get confused about what way is up and what way is down.
This crowd that think Dover is *difficult* wouldn't know what hit them.