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The St David is one of Bermuda's little known wreck sites. ACanadian vessel, she ran aground in 1932, and pushed her bow hard up on the reefs, submerging her stern. The boat itself was salvaged by a Canadian salvage company, who built a wall around her stern to seal off the water. Excess weight, including her forward anchor and chain were dumped to help float the bow. The only sign of the grounding site today is this chain and anchor, as well as numerous bricks from the wall, and several glass bottles.
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17 September 2006