All Wreck Dives in Connewarre

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    Rotamahana Wreck

    Certification: Deep
    Depth: 40M

    The SS Rotomahana was completed in 1879 in Scotland and is claimed to be the first steel hulled steamer in the world. She was scuttled in the near the ships graveyard in 1928. The main items to checkout are the four massive boilers as you can see in our gallery. Read more [...]

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    Pioneer Wreck

    Certification: Tech45
    Depth: 46M

    The Pioneer was a steel steam driven pump driven sand dredge with a length of 52M. She was built in 1905 in Glascow, Scotland. She was then scuttled on March 9, 1950. She has much of the structure intact and there is opportunity for penetration along the sides, stern and Read more [...]

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    Piggot Wreck

    Certification: Tech45
    Depth: 48M

    The H.C. PIGGOT was a steam driven steel hopper built in 1912 in Paisley Scotland and was l length was 49M. She was scuttled in the ships graveyard on the 14 October 1935. The bridge is still intact as is a lot of the ship.