The Dunraven is a British steamer that sank in 1876 on its way home from India. It lies upside-down at a depth of about 60 ft, broken in two and completely encrusted with brilliant coral. The broken hull provides good access to the wide open spaces of the ship's interior, though only wreck-certified divers should enter the narrow bow section. Of particular note are the large schools of glassfish, the large intact propeller, and the marvelous nearby reef which proved fatal to the ship.




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