A Dive in Cornwall – More glimpses into the undersea world

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A Dive in Cornwall

Another glimpse into the undersea world around the coast of Cornwall. The Caroni River is one of the largest wrecks in Falmouth Bay,  a 7807-ton oil tanker that struck a mine on January 20th 1940. She was carrying out engine trials having just left Falmouth Harbour and sunk in less than an hour.

Cuttlefish are related to squid and octopus and are predatory, intelligent animals that are an alternative to calamari when served.



Cuttle fish are common in the seas surrounding Cornwall.  For more information on diving in Cornwall please see the links below to our Divers Guides.





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