Deep diving off the Rosguill in Donegal, Ireland, with skipper Michael McVeigh.
A wreck diving video showing a few wrecks we dived in 2012; all the expeditions were led by Barry McGill.
It gives an idea of what happens both on the surface (on the Rosguill) and underwater. It features the bow, anchor telegraph, 6" gun and lamp locker of HMS Carinthia in 115m, in low light conditions due to a phytoplankton bloom (or red tide). Also featured is the finding of the bow bell of the 'The Brick Wreck' in 96m, just aft of the anchor windlass/winch. We also dived the wreck of the WW2 corvette HMS Hurst Castle, which Barry found on the last dive of 2011 - this features the squid launcher and squids as well as a plate, monogramed with the Navy crest on the reverse. The forward facing squid firing technology increased the kill rate of U-Boats in WW2 from around 5% with depth charges to circa. 50% with forward facing squids!