Diving the SS ST. BRIAC

SS ST. BRIAC was a British Passenger Vessel of 2,291 tons built in 1924 by William Denny & Brothers, Dumbarton, Yard No 1165 for the Southern Railway Co, London. She was powered by 2 x 2 Oil fired steam turbines – giving a speed of 19 knots, 433nhp 5200shp. Engines by William Denny & Brothers, Dumbarton. Taken into service by the navy June 1941. Served as a Fleet Air Arm target ship. Mined off Aberdeen on the 12th March 1942.

Great dive and a very adventurous day given the sea conditions … I learnt a lot .

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