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WRECKTOUR: 116 The Asborg

Appeared in DIVER September 2008
Another victim of that WW1 ace U-boat commander Johann Lohs, this freighter wreck off the Isle of Wight is conveniently sized and perfect for nitrox dives, says John Liddiard. Illustration by Max Ellis
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WRECKTOUR:115 The M483

Appeared in DIVER August 2008
We're staying with those popular German warships, and this one has quite a history. Its one for the more experienced among you, says John Liddiard, and its in the Channel Islands. Illustration by Max Ellis
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WRECKTOUR:114SMS Dresden II

Appeared in DIVER July 2008
Already dived the Köln in Scapa Flow Then youll enjoy her sister-ship, says John Liddiard - and its not more of the same, either. Illustration by Max Ellis
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WRECKTOUR:113 The U1021

Appeared in DIVER June 2008
Here's a classic U-boat dive for deeper divers in clear waters off north Cornwall, with John Liddiard your tour guide and illustration by Max Ellis
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WRECKTOUR: 112; The Baron Carnegie

Appeared in DIVER May 2008
A great dive, yet few people do it - John Liddiard visits deep dark Pembrokeshire and the deep dark wreck of a 3178-ton steamship between Fishguard and Stumble Head. Illustration by Max Ellis
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Wreck Tour: 111 The Castle Eden

Appeared in DIVER April 2008
This steam collier, sunk towards the end of World War One, lies off the north of Ireland and offers plenty to see in good visibility, says John Liddiard. Illustration by Max Ellis
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WRECKTOUR:110 The Hera

Appeared in DIVER March 2008
At last, you cry, a big sailing ship to get our teeth into! And this one, off Falmouth, is also shallow enough to let everyone get a taste, says John Liddiard. Illustration by Max Ellis
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Wreck Tour: 109 The Betsy Anna

Appeared in DIVER February 2008
This Victorian collier wreck out of Swanage will provide a good experience for most levels of diver, says John Liddiard. Illustration by Max Ellis
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WRECKTOUR:108 HMS Patia

Appeared in DIVER January 2008
Off the North-east of England, this Wreck Tour ventures deeper than ever before, but its to explore an unusual wartime casualty and is well worth the effort, says John Liddiard. Illustration by Max Ellis
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WRECKTOUR:107 The Thracian

Appeared in DIVER December 2007
Most sailing-ship wrecks retain too little detail to warrant the full Wreck Tour treatment, but John Liddiard and illustrator Max Ellis have come up with a Christmas double-header - one Victorian sailing ship in Pembrokeshire, another in the Isle of Man, and both really nice dives!
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WRECKTOUR:106 The Highland Home

Appeared in DIVER December 2007
Most sailing-ship wrecks retain too little detail to warrant the full Wreck Tour treatment, but John Liddiard and illustrator Max Ellis have come up with a Christmas double-header - one Victorian sailing ship in Pembrokeshire, another in the Isle of Man, and both really nice dives!
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WRECKTOUR:105 The Saracen

Appeared in DIVER November 2007
The sinking of this French steamer off Brittany in 1917, reportedly by a long-vanished U-boat, was part of a great WW1 mystery. John Liddiard conducts the tour, illustration by Max Ellis
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WRECKTOUR:104 The Unity

Appeared in DIVER October 2007
This month brings a tour of a small wreck with a big reputation on Scotland's east coast - a trawler that sank in the 1990s. John Liddiard leads the tour. Illustration by Max Ellis
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Wreck Tour: 103 The Cairndhu

Appeared in DIVER September 2007
It's back to England and the easily accessible wreck of the Cairndhu off Sussex for this month's tour. At 29m down, it's a wreck most divers can enjoy, says John Liddiard. Illustration by Max Ellis
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WRECKTOUR:102 The Hunsdon

Appeared in DIVER August 2007
This month's tour off Northern Ireland is a bit of an oddity - a German-built ship torpedoed by a German submarine. John Liddiard reports, illustration by Max Ellis
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WRECKTOUR:101 The Iolanthe

Appeared in DIVER July 2007
This WW1 victim provides a deeper wreck than some off Dorset, so youre less likely to have to share it with the masses. Its well worth a visit, says John Liddiard - and Max Ellis felt it was well worth an illustration
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WRECKTOUR:100 The Hathor & Plympton

Appeared in DIVER June 2007
This tour is a double treat, as John Liddiard samples two wrecks rolled into one South-west dive site suitable for all levels of diving. Both John and illustrator Max Ellis complete their 100th Wreck Tours this month.
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WRECKTOUR:99 The Elsa

Appeared in DIVER May 2007
This is a big steamship, torpedoed off south Devon in 1918 but still in impressive condition, says our tour-guide John Liddiard. Illustration by Max Ellis
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WRECKTOUR:98 The Kimya

Appeared in DIVER April 2007
This 1990s storm victim is easy to find and can be enjoyed by divers of all levels if conditions are right. John Liddiard reports on the ship that leaked sunflower oil, with Illustration by Max Ellis
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Wreck Tour: 97 The Acclivity

Appeared in DIVER March 2007
This colourful adventure playground, a small tanker off Northumberland, is just the right size to explore at its depth, says John Liddiard. Illustration by Max Ellis
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WRECKTOUR: 96 The Rosehill

Appeared in DIVER February 2007
Lying in the shadow of its big-name neighbours off south Cornwall, this coal-carrying steamer, a U-boat victim from World War One, is too often neglected by divers, says John Liddiard. Illustration by Max Ellis
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Wreck Tour: 95 The Amberley

Appeared in DIVER January 2007
Sunk off Norfolk in 1973 and the scene of an epic helicopter rescue, this is a shallow intact wreck with enough on it to engage everyone when conditions are right, says John Liddiard. Illustration by Max Ellis.
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WRECKTOUR:94 The San Tiburcio

Appeared in DIVER December 2006
This armed tanker sunk in WW2 in the Moray Firth makes for a great club outing, says John Liddiard.. Illustration by Max Ellis.
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Wreck Tour: 93 The Baygitano

Appeared in DIVER November 2006
This armed collier torpedoed in 16-22m off Lyme Regis during World War One makes for a great afternoon dive, says John Liddiard. Illustration by Max Ellis.
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Wreck Tour: 92 The Zaanstroom

Appeared in DIVER October 2006
A ride out from Littlehampton, it's the engineering that makes this china-clay-carrying steamer so distinctive, says John Liddiard. Illustration by Max Ellis
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WRECKTOUR: 91 The Fairweather V

Appeared in DIVER September 2006
This sunken trawler off Scotland's Summer Isles makes for a very easy and attractive diving experience - if you're up for the journey. John Liddiard leads the tour, leaving Max Ellis to bring his sketches to life
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WRECKTOUR:90 The King Cadwallon

Appeared in DIVER August 2006
This is a centenary Wreck Tour, because we publish it 100 years to the day since the steamer King Cadwallon sank off the Scilly Isles. John Liddiard reports, Max Ellis draws.
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WRECKTOUR:89 The Vigsnes

Appeared in DIVER July 2006
It's not easy to pronounce, but its an intact WW2 U-boat victim lying off north-west Wales with lots for divers to see, saysJohn Liddiard Illustration by Max Ellis
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Wreck Tour: 88 The Arfon

Appeared in DIVER June 2006
He can't resist them - this month John Liddiard takes us on a tour of another armed trawler, which struck a mine and sank off the Dorset coast in 1917. Illustration by Max Ellis
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WRECKTOUR:82 The Vendome

Appeared in DIVER May 2006
The collier Vendome sank off Strumble Head, west Wales way back in 1888 and makes a good no-stop dive, says John Liddiard - if you can find it. Illustration by Max Ellis
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WRECKTOUR:83 The Gefion

Appeared in DIVER January 2006
This cargo vessel, torpedoed by UB40 off east Devon during WW1, lies in 32m and offers plenty of engineering for divers to enjoy, reports John Liddiard. Illustration by Max Ellis

WRECKTOUR: 87 The Clyde - or Spyros

Appeared in DIVER May 2006
One iron steamer, one steel, both built in 1880 and both destined to sink off the Isle of Wight, but which wreck has John Liddiard been diving The clues must surely be there. . Illustrati...

WRECKTOUR: 86 The Saxon Briton

Appeared in DIVER April 2006
A petrol-carrier sunk off Cornwall in 1917 by the most ruthless of U-boat commanders makes for a diverting dive; reports John Liddiard. Illustration by Max Ellis

WRECKTOUR: 85 The Lochgarry

Appeared in DIVER March 2006
One of Northern Ireland's most popular wrecks, a ferry that was working as a troopship when she was sunk in World War Two, lies near Rathlin Island. The wrecks bathroom fittings are just ...

WRECK TOUR: 84 The Ringwall

Appeared in DIVER February 2006
Located off the Isle of Man, this wreck represents a slice of history, as one of the last steam coasters and one of the first mine-laying U-boat victims. John Liddiard leads the tour. Ill...

WRECK TOUR 10: THE UC-70

Appeared in DIVER 1999
It's not often that divers can get up close to a WW1 U-boat in such good condition _ John Liddiard gets in some firsts in Yorkshire. Illustration by Max Ellis

WRECKTOUR 8: THE MOHEGAN

Appeared in DIVER 1999
The flattened wreckage of this ship, spread across the seafloor, is a testament to its violent and tragic end. John Liddiard dives the 19th-century liner. Illustration by Max Ellis

WRECKTOUR 6: THE STASSA

Appeared in DIVER 1999
In a remote location in the Western Isles there lies the intact wreck of a 1950s steamship. John Liddiard exploresIllustration by Max Ellis

WRECKTOUR 3: THE LUCY.

Appeared in DIVER 1999
One of the most dived wrecks in Wales lies off the coast of Pembrokeshire by Skomer Island. John Liddiard shows us around. Illustration by Max Ellis

Wreck Tour: 1, The Maine

In the first of a major new series, John Liddiard guides us round one of Devon's most popular wreck sites.Illustration by Max Ellis

Wreck Tour: 2, The Hispania

This month John Liddiard is up in Scotland for an absorbing dive in the Sound of Mull. Illustration by Max Ellis

Wreck Tour: 4, City of Westminster

Diving one of the most spectacular wrecks in the South-west, John Liddiard guides us through the ships much-scattered remains. Illustration by Max Ellis

Wreck Tour: 5, The M2

Having defied an 11-month salvage attempt after its sinking, this undamaged and unique wreck has become a popular dive site in the waters of Lyme Bay. Frequent visitor John Liddiard revea...

Wreck Tour: 7, The Hood

Scuppered across an entrance to Portland Harbour as a defence mechanism in World War One, this wreck landed upside-down and, as John Liddiard reports, now makes an interesting dive for al...

Wreck Tour: 8, The Mohegan

The flattened wreckage of this ship, spread across the seafloor, is a testament to its violent and tragic end. John Liddiard dives the 19th-century liner. Illustration by Max Ellis

WRECK TOUR 9: THE BREDA

Appeared in DIVER 1999
The Breda easily qualifies as Scotland's most-dived wreck, and it is not hard to see why. It is reasonably intact, conveniently located near Oban and sheltered from most bad weather. The ...

Wreck Tour: 11, The Salsette

The Best Wreck Dive in Britain - that is the P&O liner Salsette, which lies 43m deep in Lyme Bay. Few wreck-divers will disagree with that top rating, so John Liddiard makes it the first ...

Wreck Tour: 12, The Port Napier

An unusual combination of factors makes this WWII mine-layer, which lies close to the Skye Bridge, difficult to resist. That's John Liddiard's view. Illustration by Max Ellis

Wreck Tour: 13, The Somali

Is this WWII cargo wreck off Northumberland so popular because its much-rummaged hold still turns up such interesting items John Liddiard conducts the tour. Illustration by Max Ellis

Wreck Tour: 14, The Koln

This warship's fighting history might have been unimpressive, says John Liddiard, but as a wreck it is the most intact of all the German Fleet at Scapa Flow. Illustration by Max Ellis

Wreck Tour: 15, The Longwy

This early 20th century French steamship has plenty to interest divers, but because of its position in the Lower Clyde you won't find yourself crowded out, says John Liddiard. Illustratio...

Wreck Tour: 16, The Murree

It was women and children first when this huge Pakistani freighter sank in the English Channel - only they weren't supposed to be there! John Liddiard visits the scene some 10 years on. I...

Wreck Tour: 17, The Gwladmena

It's a long way to go, but this sunken steamship is well worth a visit, says John Liddiard Just watch out for the phosphorous and jellyfish! Illustration by Max Ellis

Wreck Tour: 18, The Stanegarth

It led a quiet life, but Britain's newest wreck could soon become its most dived - John Liddiard reports from Stoney Cove. Illustration by Max Ellis

Wreck Tour: 19, The Dakotian

Plenty to explore on this British steamer off Pembrokeshire, and its accessible in most weathers, says John Liddiard Illustration by Max Ellis

Wreck Tour: 20, The Chadwick

This cargo steamer sank off Skye 108 years ago, but it comes alive for divers, says John Liddiard, especially when the sun is shining. Illustration by Max Ellis

Wreck Tour: 21, The Bretagne

A favourite with divers in Devon is this anemone-covered steamship that sank at the close of WW1. John Liddiard reportsIllustration by Max Ellis

Wreck Tour: 22, The Gobernadore Bories

After 33 years of freighting and Antarctic whaling and 85 years in Scapa Flow, this blockship is a relative marvel of preservation, as John Liddiard reports. Illustration by Max Ellis

Wreck Tour: 23, The Witte Zee

This intact tugboat wreck off the Isle of Wight is just the right size for a good one-off dive, says John Liddiard Illustration by Max Ellis

Wreck Tour: 24, The Volnay

He first dived it a long time back - this Cornish wreck provided John Liddiard's first wreck experience, and that of many other divers. Illustration by Max Ellis