**Bob**\\ “skippy”\\ **Delander** swims with a speargun around the wreck. A tangled anchor line is visible. At the conclusion of this dive a young white pointer shark had Bob making a quit exit back aboard the 14 foot boat we were working out of. It was 1967. Wally Gibbins was nearby with his boat. Getting decent pictures on the wreck was a challenge in those days, and probably still is.
(**Wal Gibbins** was first to discover the long-lost shipwreck after a lot of searching with a “rare as hen’s teeth” echo sounder circa 1964. The wreck was eventually found .5 of one nautical mile from where it was positioned on the charts.
Adventure journalist **Pat Burgess** wrote of his dive with Wally on the wreck, which was published in a mid week edition of Sydney’s \\The Daily Telegraph.\\ A great gift to scuba divers then and today).