The Betsy Anna was an 880 tonne steel steamer, built on the banks of the river Tyne in 1892. She struck Prawle Point in Devon in October 1926 but was re-floated and taken under tow towards Cowes, on the Isle of Wight, for major repairs. She sank, in her current position, after beginning to take on water and breaking her tow.
Another great day this time at Babbacombe & Oddicombe bays in Devon, collecting litter in our latest beach cleaning sessions. This was in conjunction with Torbay Council & a great turn out of volunteers. Somewhere a little different, for JeffsDivingWorld
Jeff's Diving World - Your Local Diving Instructor Following many years as a diver, Jeff George opted to go further and become a qualified PADI Diving Instructor. After hundreds of hours of diving across the World Jeff opted to go one step further and make it his future. Giving you the [...]