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The Nicola Virginia is a great wreck dive with boilers and crankshaft to explore.
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Past Linney Head lies the wreck Nicola Virginia situated under the cliffs. It has some brass parts on her, together with copper wire. There is wreckage covering a large area along the coast, and worth exploring. The swell can be quite severe in the area, especially when there is a low out towards the sea. Well sheltered from the wind in any northerly direction. An excellent wreck to dive, plenty to explore especially its three large boilers and crankshaft. Plenty of holes to look into and copper wire everywhere. Sank in 1946 in fog carrying grain. Best dived in slack water, 1.5 hours before LW.
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