A short video from a penetration dive into the artificial reef HMCS Cape Breton in 2008. The HMCS Cape Breton is a massive wreck at 440' long and is one of the largest artificial reefs in the world. She is sitting lies in an upright position on a 140' relatively flat sea floor. The wreck has been extensively cleaned and numerous access points have been cut by the ARSBC, making this an excellent wreck for penetration dive by those who are trained and equipped. Key features on the wreck include the crow's nest, bridge, and engine room. A significant amount of marine life has colonized this artificial reef.
More information is available in our Shipwrecks Directory: http://www.shipwreckexplorationteam.ca/