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The Betsy Anna or Ashington, located in Poole Bay, is a great wreck dive.
|Name Dive Site:||Betsy Anna, Ashington|
|Depth: ||65-78ft (20-24m)|
|Inserted/Added by: ||diversdownswanage|
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Built in 1892, the Betsy Anna (formerly known as the Ashington) foundered in Poole Bay whilst being towed to Cowes for repairs after tearing her plates in Devon. She took on a lot of water, broke her bow and sank. She lies in a depth of 24m with the bow collapsed backwards, standing 4m high, pointing upwards. Whilst her boilers are easy to see, in positing and upright, her propeller is missing.
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