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Wrecksite the Behar used to lay cables but on board you could find Harley's and several defensive guns.
|Name Dive Site:||Behar Wreck|
|Depth: ||39-52ft (12-16m)|
|Inserted/Added by: ||divepembrokeshire|
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The Behar is situated just outside Dale. Parts of the wreck can be swum through as for the wheel house at 6 meters, and makes an excellent dive. It has about ten windows in a circular pattern that you can enter. Large conger and octopus are found, as well as the largest pollack fish I have ever seen. The Behar was a cable laying ship that sunk two days after the Dakota. Rock and gravel bottom with depths at around 16m, launched out of Dale or Gelliswick. She was one of the first casualties during the second world war in Milford Haven, but sank due to human error. The Behar was carrying Harley Davidson bikes, three guns, one of them was near the wheel house. It was blown apart because of a shipping hazard but still remains a good wreck dive.
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