This plan view above shows the largest section of the wreck so far
found. It is part of three sections in one location and is a substantial part of the side of the ship with it's outside face
on the sea bed. This piece of wreck is about forty meters long and about eight
meters wide and is partly exposed above the sea bed, the degree of exposure
varies from year to year due to the severe nature of the underwater currents
disturbing the sediment.
The numbers on the drawing correspond with the various areas that are under
investigation which increase as more work is completed.
These two pictures show some internal planking and the frames of the hull,
the pictures look along the southern edge of the wreck and have been taken in
very good visibility.
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The HLF Grant
Battle in Filey Bay
The story of a dive
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