Alternative Names: None
Type of Dive: Shore dive with gullies and a small wall.
Suggested experience: Experienced diver.
Parking directions: On the road to the harbour on the right Pay and display.
Distance from Seahouses: 3 miles 15 mins
Lat & Long: 55° 33' 8.00'' N 1° 37' 9.49'' W Postcode NE76 5BW Google map
Tides: Tide Tables Best time to dive is high slack.
Site entry/exit: Enter the water with the main reef out to the point on your right about halfway along the point between the high and low tide marks, and you almost jump onto the wreck itself.
Underwater directions: Keep a couple of meters at least from the surface at high tide to avoid being pulled over the top. There are lots of cracks and overhangs to explore and the wreckage of an old steamer called the Yewglen can be found on the north side of the point and although it is well broken up and spread over a large area, there are still interesting sights such as the boiler, anchor and a section of the forward hull.
Site Hazards: Don't go past the point except at slack water as the currents can make getting back in hard work.
Nearest Public phone: Beside the harbour. At the end of the houses just before you enter the harbour and beach
Accommodation: The old school house
Mobile Network service: T-mobile, o2, Virgin and Orange
Other comments: Toilets and showers available at the car park, There is also a wreck called the Mistey on the south side of the point but it's not dived often (info to follow)
Created By Finstrokes
Cafe: Many in Seahouses
Air & Nitrox: Sovereign diving
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