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The wreck of the 125 meter long wreck SS Satara is the east coast's largest wreck dive.
|Name Dive Site:||SS Satara|
|Depth: ||35-44m (114-144ft)|
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The SS Satara was a 125m, 410ft coastal trader ship built in December 1901 by W.Denny & Bros, Scotland. On the morning of Wednesday April 10th 1910, she struck the Edith Breaker whilst passing through Seal Rocks, on her way to Brisbane. She now lies between the Edith Breaker and Seal Rocks in 44 meters of water, resting on her keel. Over the years she has deteriorated and is quite spread out over the sea floor so you will need to do several dives to have explored the full length of the ship.
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