The Lady of the Isles was a cable layer for the navy at the time of it’s sinking. It was under tow when it hit a mine. It now lies in a depth of around 52m and is another easy trimix dive. Small enough to complete in a single trimix dive, the stern is quite intact while the bow section is quite broken.
SDI Wreck Diving Course
“Bill Nagle’s life changed the day a fisherman sat beside him in a ramshackle bar and told him about the mystery he had found lying at the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean..” Shadow Divers, Robert Kurson
Wreck diving is the quintessential reason for many divers to dive at all. Wrecks have a huge attraction for their historical value, as a habitat for marine life and as a three-dimensional statement illustrating the power of the sea and storms to unravel even the best laid plans. There is little more thought provoking than floating weightless in the ocean looking down on the huge ragged left by a torpedo or the intact rope work of a schooner’s bosun dead more than 150 years. Wreck diving is a fantastic adventure. read more →