The Campana was built in 1875 and scuttled on 30 July 1929, her length was 59 metres and 9.7 metres wide.
She now sits in 57 metres of water and the bow steelworks are in-tact and provide easy penetration and multiple swim through locations. There is plenty of fish life and the soft sponges range in colours from white to yellow to orange to purple.
It feels larger than specified and is suggested as a better wreck dive than one might expect.
As the wreck is ‘on the shipping leads’ it is always subject to shipping.
Water type: SaltWater Temperature: 10-20CCertification: Tech60Depth: 57M