Wreck Diving Magazine

“The Weight Belt” -- Cargo from Ancient Times!

Invitation

In April 2011, I was invited for the first time to dive with Eddie Huzzey and Tony Goodfellow, who had found a virgin shipwreck in the Dover Straits. It was a wooden sailing ship, laden with a rich cargo from ancient times. They called it the “Weight Belt,” because someone had lost his weight belt on the first dive.

They asked me if I was interested in coming over to document their find. Within minutes, I had my ferry booked, and the next weekend,

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