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The Saxon Ranger is a nice 40 meter long wreck with several access holes for safe entering and exiting.
|Name Dive Site:||Saxon Ranger|
|Depth: ||15-20m (49-65ft)|
|Inserted/Added by: ||bellscuba|
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The Saxon Ranger, also known as the Atlantic Seal started life as a side trawler working the North Atlantic out of the UK. The vessel was sunk as a dive wreck in May 2006 in Warnbro Sound, just South of Rockingham. The Saxon Ranger lies in a sheltered area of water and at 40 meters in length you are able to see the entire inside and outside of the wreck on a single dive. The many access holes, cut during the sinking, make this a very safe wreck to explore, with many nooks and crannies giving homes to a variety of marine life. A permit is required to dive this site and these are available from the Rockingham visitor centre. There are several dive operators that offer trips to this phenomenal wreck.
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