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Dive Locations in Port Phillip Bay

Ozone

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William Salthouse

The William Salthouse (a 251 ton Brig) sank in 1841 after striking a rock, and now lies in 12 m of water near Pope?s Eye. A very fragile wreck site, it was extensively plundered by divers when first discovered. Diving the William Salthouse now requires a permit. Slackwater restrictions also apply.

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Mississippi

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Hurricane

Her 1200 tons of iron struck a rock in 1869, and the Hurricane continued on, finally sinking with about 1000 tons of cargo in 12 m of water.

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Goorangi

The Goorangi (both Gu-rang-gi and Gu-ran-gee are used) began life as a fishing trawler, and then became a minesweeper during WWII

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Geo Kermode

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Eliza Ramsden

Diving the Eliza Ramsden is a rare occurrence due to it?s inconvenient location in the shipping channel, and the slack water window. Forty Six metres long, a 415 ton iron barque, she struck a rock and the Eliza Ramsden sank in 1875. It now lies in 21m of water, and the bow in particular is … Continue reading Eliza Ramsden

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Columbia

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Amsterdam V

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Amsterdam IV

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