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· Respected Wreck-diving Author & Resident Farnes Ex
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Hi Guys
Has anyone on the forum ever dived on what is believed to be the wreck of the WILLIAM BALLS off the Humber. She lies at 53 34 469N 000 46 909E (WGS84) in 48m lowest astronomical depth and 24-miles due east from Spurn Point. I am looking for more information about the wreck which stands, according to the sonar 9.2m high. However the ship sank in 1893 and there has been a report of a gun on the wreck, which puts some doubt about what she is?

Cheers Ron
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