Date(s) - Jul 15, Wed
There are 4 places, 2 are still available.
Load from 08:00, brief 09:00, ropes off 09:45
HMS Boadecia was a 1,400 ton British destroyer. Her two geared turbine engines gave her a speed of 35 knots. Another victim of WWII, she was hit directly in the forward magazine by an aerial torpedo on the 13th June 1944 which completely blew the fore part of the ship away, sending her quickly to the bottom.
She now rests on the seabed in 52m of water, her main section sitting upright to over 6m. She has a large gun on her stern, together with other anti-aircraft guns. What remains of the bow is scattered across the seabed but her midships and stern make for an excellent dive with much to see. She even has depth charges still in the racks. Distance from Weymouth 20 miles.