Bracklesham Bay Landing Craft

The Bracklesham Bay Landing Craft is US Navy LCT548 (Landing Craft Tank) which lies in 10m of water in Bracklesham Bay, upside down! This is an ideal Wreck site for new and inexperienced wreck divers.

Marine life inhabiting this space includes Bib, Wrasse, Dragonets and Edible Crabs - the surrounding seabed contains Fossilised Shark and Ray teeth,

Nível

Nível

  • Iniciante
  • Avançado
Visibilidade

Visibilidade

  • 4 m
Current

Current

  • Corrente Leve
  • Sem Corrente
TIPOS DE MERGULHO

TIPOS DE MERGULHO

  • Mergulho em Naufrágio

Temperatura & Visibilidade

Diversidade de Vida Marinha

CENTRO DE TREINO AFILIADO

LOCAIS DE MERGULHO PRÓXIMOS

Fossil Beds

Bracklesham Bay contains clay sediments deposited 46 million years ago during the Eocene epoch. These clay beds are now being eroded resulting in significant quantities of fossilised shark and ray teeth being exposed. This simple Drift Dive will give you a chance to find some Fossils.

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