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The intact 136 foot long wreck the M/V Inganess Bay looks spooky but beautiful as you descent.
|Name Dive Site:||MV Inganess Bay|
|Depth: ||15-26m (49-85ft)|
|Inserted/Added by: ||bviscubadive|
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Crushed upon the rocky shores of Road Harbour during Hurricane Bertha, the BVI Dive Operators' Association cleaned and then towed the stricken vessel M/V Inganess Bay to its current resting spot on the white sandy bottom between Salt and Cooper Islands. At 80' (26m) the Inganess Bay is a fun wreck where you can swim through the bridge, cargo holds or play with the giant loading cranes.
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