From the “Lark” the terrain is strewn with boulders and there are three downfalls of rocks to negotiate before reaching the next wreck. All the effort put into scrambling over the slippery rocks is worth it as the next remains are that of a submarine. The “G3” was a First World War ,

187 foot long submarine that was being towed North to be scrapped.

Today the mid keel and the remains of the two diesel engines remain visible at low tides. The wreck was surveyed in detail by us in June 2003 before the sea takes this unusual wreck away for good.


View taken from the Stern of the submarine at low tide

View taken from the Bow of the submarine

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