Newhaven – 9th August 2020

Nick our Boat Officer has been desperate to get the RIB out after the lockdown, so with beautiful weather forecast (and after a few pints in the pub) we hatched a plan to take the Putney SAC RIB down to Newhaven to dive the SS City of Brisbane.
The City of Brisbane was torpedoed by UB-57 in August 1918 and is now lying in around 25m at high water slack.
She is now a home for plenty of sea life and there are enough recognisable features and swim throughs to keep the rust enthusiasts happy.
Massive thanks to Steve G for being our cox’n for the day.