Depth : 50m
Dive type : Technical (deep)
Travel time to site :   0H :00M
Price per diver:   £70.00

Broomhill plan
BROOMHILL SS was a British cargo steamer of 1,392grt which was sunk on the 10th May 1917 when 9 miles Sw from Portland Bill when on route from Penarth for Sheerness with a cargo of coal. She was captured by German submarine UC-61 and sunk by charges/explosive. 2 lives lost. Read more at wrecksite:

general nationality:  british purpose:  transport type:  cargo ship subtype/class:  coal cargo ship (collier) class propulsion: 
 steam date built:  1909 status:  
 tonnage:  1392  grt 
dimensions:  74.1 x 11 x 4.6 m 
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