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Diving at shipwreck the Kingston or Sarah H
|Name Dive Site:||Shag Rock, Kingston or Sarah H|
|Depth: ||8-25m (26-82ft)|
|Visibility: ||10-30m (32-98ft)|
|Inserted/Added by: ||lars, © Author: Lars Hemel|
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The Kingston Wreck is located at the east side on the reef system known as Shag Rock. She is also often referred to as the Sarah H named after dive guide Sarah Hillel during the 90s when they had problems identifying the wreck.
She is a twin mast steamship of 80 meters of length which sank in February 1881 and is still quite intact. She lies perpendicular to the current which provides for a great shelter and gives you time enough to explore the wreck. The mast and funnel have been long gone, but many other interesting life and parts of the ship can still be explored.
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