The King George (or the Dredger as it is sometimes known) was scuttled in the 1920s and fortunately landed upright in a large sandhole. This means that this wreck is one of only a couple in Bermuda that divers can penetrate. The visibility is not great by Bermudian standards, but this means that the swim down is pretty impressive. As you head down the mooring line, the top of the superstructure slowly looms out of the silt.
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23 July 2006
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