What ship would that be then?? Ive dived a few wrecks of Wales and your grandfathers ship may have been 1 of them!!:thumb:Hi bill
Sheree and me are both open-water divers, hoping to do our advanced this year and go find my grandfathers ship which lays off the welsh coast.
At least that's the plan !!!
If this is the same one she is sitting in (-) 44 meters at the keel and the highest point is (-) 28 meters. Safe and careful diving chaps, and remember plan the dive and dive the PLAN. :thumb:Hi Dazzer
It's the MV Norfolk Coast, lost in 1945
Granddad was second officer and went down along with most of the crew courtesy of a german torpedo.
To my knowledge the wreck hasn't been found or if it has it hasn't been identified.
Or what! Don't beat yourself up about it. We all have phobias, many of which seem completely irrational; yours is anything but irrational.I used to dive many years ago BSAC trained, but lost my nerve after an incident at Stoney Cove at 75 feet. I can't even use a snorkel now, wimp or what ?