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Diving at dive site Lough Gary

Name Dive Site:Lochgarry, Lairdsrock, Vulture
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The Lochgarry (Loch Garry, former Lairdsrock and Vulture) was a McBraynes Hebrides Passenger Ferry, now on Wartime service as a Government Transport ship. When she struck rocks off Torr Point, she drifted, crippled, finally going down off the east coast of the Rathlin Island. The Lochgarry now lies upright and mostly intact at 34m. She sank on the 21st January 1942, weighed 1670 tons and was 265 feet long.



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