Alternative Names: Landing craft and Barge or Brackley Point, Loch Striven Google

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Type of Dive: Shore dive on a few old bits of wreckage

Suggested experience: Trainee upwards...

Travel directions: From Dunoon follow the A815 south to Toward and continue onto the east side of Loch Striven on B class road to Brackley Point. Turn off down a track to the waters edge.

Parking directions: Park at the side of the track leading to the water.

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Distance from Glasgow: 45 Miles 1Hr 45 Min's using the ferry Google or 96 Miles 2 Hrs 40 Min's without the ferry Google

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Lat & Long: N55.920705 W-5.057053

Tides: Tide tables

Depth: To 50m

Site entry/exit: Easy entry from the shore down a sand and silty slope.

Underwater directions: Head out to 9 -12m and turn left (south) and you will find a small barge. Or head out to 9 -12m and turn right (north) and you will come to wreckage that is not recognisable as anything but could be an MTB.

Site Hazards: None really except the depth.

Nearest Public phone: Dunoon

Accommodation: None in the area but its good here for wild camping.

Mobile Network service: To Follow

Other comments: Brackley Point is a good place for a club day of weekend as its quiet here and there is nobody to disturb. PS Remember to clean up after you so its clean for the next club outing.

Pub: Dunoon

Created by: John Nicolson

Cafe: Dunoon

Air & Nitrox fills: None in this area....nearest is C+C Largs

Date: 2/1/11

Revision: 3

Thanks To: Jane Wilkinson for the pictures and video by Avril Keith.

Links: Canmore

Surface Photos:

Underwater Photos: By Jane Wilkinson  Utube

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Dive Map: To Follow

Dive Report: John Nicolson A few years ago our club camped here for the weekend and dived the barge and wreckage of the MTB and the barge was the best and it is only good for a trainee to get experience in wreck diving. Brackley Point however is a great place to let of steam and not cause any problems.

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