The Diver Trail is not currently in operation.  Work is being undertaken to restore it but it is unlikely to be operational in the near future

 

This is a bathymetric image of the wreck site and the surrounding reef providing a detailed representation of the area.  The numbered positions are stations on the dive trail. Click on a number to show detailed information about that station.

The trail runs around the wreck and into the adjacent reef. It has been designed to introduce divers to archaeological and biological features on both the natural and man made habitats.  Large sinkers have been positioned at selected points and buoyed with reference numbers.   Lines have been laid between the sinkers forming a trail measuring almost 200m. Eleven base stations have been created which highlight representative examples of the wreck and biological/geological features on the seabed. Here, divers can stop and read the data sheets.