The American Wreck or USS Salute served its final days as a minesweeper during WWII until it struck one in 1945. Name Dive Site: American Wreck, USS Salute: Depth: 18-33m (59-108ft) Accessibility: Boat, Speedboat: Inserted/Added by: labuan_tourism: Rated: Rated not yet. Specifications: Send us your images for this dive site. The American Wreck lies south-east of Rusukan Kecil Island, 1.4 km CHENNAI: Barnacles on a ship aren’t a good thing. But let’s hope the INS Cuddalore gets covered with them quickly. In a couple of months, the decommissioned minesweeper will be sunk in the To visit this museum, the tourists have to dive to the minesweeper, which makes it a new adventure activity for Pondicherry visitors. After the ship is sunk, the authorities mentioned that it will soon have barnacles and algae growing on it. This will attract numerous marine organisms like turtles, fishes and others to thrive in this region. It is said that the trained officials from India So, all we really know is that a ship that is most probably a WW II minesweeper sank in 60 to 70 feet of water off Scorpion Anchorage, possibly in December 1979. Today, the top of what's left of the Peacock is about 40 feet below the surface. It is a several-legged metal structure that resembles a large barstool and is covered with life, including seastars, chestnut cowries, nudibranchs, and CHARLES BOYES MINESWEEPER (EX-TRAWLER) 1918-1940 - WRECK WRAK EPAVE WRACK PECIO EN home; wrecks. search wreck The wreck itself is obviously covered in barnacles, but because visibility is always so poor in this area, you can only ever see a small part of the wreck at any one time. As of last Sunday 03/Oct/2015 the ships helm is still in pride of place on the upper bridge area. It's a good Why the Navy wants to sink INS Cuddalore off Puducherry 09 Dec, 2018, 11.01 AM IST. In a couple of months, the decommissioned minesweeper will be sunk in the waters 7km off the Puducherry coast to become India’s first underwater museum and barnacles are crucial to the success of the venture. Pair of ex Royal Navy Minesweeper Propeller Tables. A pair of glass topped tables with the bases made from a pair of ships propellers from one of the Royal Navy’s decommissioned minesweepers. Unfortunately it is impossible to ascertain which ship the propellers were removed from. The propellers have been cleaned but left to show off the barnacles and patina from being used at sea. The glass
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