Port Giles Jetty is located close to Edithburgh in Yorke Peninsula. This is a long jetty which has an only shore diving access at the steps at the beginning of the jetty. It's almost impossible to make the end of the jetty and back to the steps again before running out of air.
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Scuba Diving in U-260 Wreck, Cork, Ireland
Baltimore is a beautiful, fishing village that sits on the southwest coast of County Cork. Apart from stunning natural surroundings, Baltimore offers a variety of water-based sports and leisure activities to locals and visitors. U-260 is an interesting wreck site close to Baltimore.
U-260 was a German submarine in the World War II that sunk in 1945. Now, it lies on the sandy seafloor, waiting to be explored. The average depth here is 38 m/124.7 ft and the maximum depth is 42 m/137.8 ft. Visibility is medium and ranges from 5 m/16.4 ft to 10 m/32.8 ft. Expect to see torpedoes in the tubes, the twin propellers, an aft gun and the periscope up with the glass, almost perfectly intact.
In addition, the spot is suitable for advanced divers, due to its depth. Water temperature ranges from 7°C/45°F in winter to a maximum of about 15°C/59°F in summer and early autumn months. Note that divers can book a boat dive at a dive center, that visits the site.