Bretagne - 100yr Anniversary
Bretagne Wreck | 30M Wreck Dive | Sunk 100 Years Ago Today At 10:30hrs!
Our most popular wreck, SS Bretagne is easily accessible and everyone loves to dive it. Although listed as a World War One wreck, the Bretagne was actually sunk by a collision in fog on 10 August 1918. With accessible depth you can find abundance of life on and under the decks.
Dive Site Name: SS Bretagne Dive Type: Wreck Dive
Max Depth Seabed: 30m Depth to top of Wreck: 22m
Approximate Position: 50,29.37N 003,22.37W
Tonnage: 1438tonnes Length: 70.59M Cargo: Coal
Date Lost: 10/08/1918 How Lost: Collision
Minimum Qualification: PADI Advanced Open water Diver (Or Equivalent)