Dive on the luxury steamship turned Confederate gun runner Iona II (22m) and help with the photogrammetry monitoring project on this protected wreck. Then follow this up with a survey of a, as yet, un-investigated metal wreck in 10m of water. And there are bound to be seals wherever you go!

Divers will receive a thorough dive and archaeological site briefing before each dive so that they will know what to look out for and will have an understanding of the underwater sites and their place in history and how the diver is helping preserve these wrecks.

More on Iona II - https://www.landmarktrust.org.uk/lundyisland/discovering-lundy/activities/diving/divesites/iona-ii-dive-trail/

Divers who are interested in 'Diving for a Purpose' will enjoy this day out. NAS has run Protected Wreck Days on Holland 5 submarine and Normans’ Bay wreck out of Eastbourne and A1 submarine and HMS Invincible out of Portsmouth for many years. We’re happy to be adding a new wreck to our repertoire to offer divers new experiences. It will also be the perfect opportunity for divers to practicing their underwater survey skills.

Includes boat charter for two days, four dives, air fills, hot drinks, expert archaeological guides and explanation of the sites and camping accommodation on Lundy on Saturday night. 

NAS member £350

Non-member £400 (NAS membership starts at £20, so you're better off becoming a member and getting the discount rate immediately!)

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