St. Cathan


The St. Cathan was a 210 foot-long British anti-submarine trawler. She collided with the Hebe on April 11, 1942, and sank within five minutes. The trawler is now found lying on an even keel in 110 feet of water, with the bow deck gun at 80 feet. The stern still hosts a twin 50-caliber machine gun and a couple of unexploded depth charges. Brass artifacts can still be found inside the wreck, which typically has clear water.




Depth of wreck

110 feet

Size of wreck

Length: 210 feet