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Dive Site: Dunraven
Access: Boat, zodiac
Minimum Divers: 12
Minimum Qualification: Open water
Depth Range: 18 - 29 M
The Dunraven went down north of Beacon Rock in the Strait of Global. This would have been August 1876. It now lies upside down between 18 meters and 29 meters. The wreck is easy to find and rewarding. The remains of the Dunraven are inhabited by giant groupers, scissortail sergeants, crocodile fish, huge scorpionfish. There are sightings of barracuda, mantas and eagle rays.
Finding site: easy
Visibility: fairly good
Current: weak to moderate
Dive difficulty: medium
Photographic interest: high
Marine Life: medium
Type of wreck: sail/steam cargo ship
Wreck position: north of Beacon Rock
Minimum depths: 18 metres
Maximum depth: 29 metres