On the 30th of April 2002 one of Gibraltar's newest dive sites was purposely sunk by Mr Eric Shaw as part of the artificial reef project.
The Sea Hawk was a wooden vessel used to carry assorted cargo until she grew too old and was no longer required. The Sea Hawk is 25 meters long and rests in 27 meters of water on a flat sandy seabed.
What can be found on the site:
Conger and moray eels
Spider crabs and common lobster
Wide range of fish species
Great photo opportunities
This dive site is only accessible by boat and due to the depth is suitable for advanced cetified divers and upwards.