In 1945, this British mineseeker was hit by a mine and sank quickly. Nowadays the wreck lies upright, undamaged and in good shape, in a depth of 29 m. The highest point of what once used to be the ships bridge is at a depth of 17 m. And this upper part is completely covered with thick sponges and shells. The back anti aircraft guns are hard to miss, as well as the heavy MGs in the front part. Occasionally you may encounter conger eels coming out from different corners, or perhaps you will see big crabs and scorpionfish waiting for their prey. This wreck is a real artificial reef, being a home for many marine species. Penetrations of the wreck are for the specialist only, as the passages are very close and small, making any kind of turning impossible.