The Clodmore was a 3,753 ton armed merchantman,  243ft long with a beam of 47ft. She was torpedoed on  the 3rd May 1917. Today the wreck lays out on the  seabed in a depth of 28mtrs, HW. The bows stand  proud then she disappears into the seabed before  reappearing all twisted with her stern upside down. A  big wreck but a lot of it is buried under the sand, so  you never quite know what you will see from one year  to the next as the sands shift 

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