Unidentified Flying Boat

2019 Sidescan of the main wreckageTalking to the locals recently revealed that the Sunderland is in about 20 metres of water in a very busy area. The lifeboat mooring is nearby and the actual lifeboat often swings over the wreck. Local fishing has been blamed for the condition of the aircraft, but this is only based on sonar scans. The sonar reportedly shows about 25% of the aircraft above the mud, but we are unsure exactly which section this is. Visibility and currents, as well as shipping, make this a not very attractive dive.

Check out Mystery of the Lost Flying Boat for further details.

Could it be PP118ML883 or G-AGKY ?

The search continues...

Depth: 18-22m
Location: 50 49.306 N 01 18.483 W
Access: RIB

Aeolian Sky (‘The Sky’)

Alex Van Opstal (‘The Alex’)

Bennendijk, SS (‘The Benny’)

Betsy Anna (‘The Betsy’)

Black Hawk

Boxer, HMS

British Inventor

Ceres, SS

Countess of Erne, The

Eleanor / Elena R


Fleur de Lys (‘The Fleur’)

James Fennell, HMAT

Kimmeridge Reef

Luis, The

M2 (Submarine), HMS

Margaret Smith (‘The Maggie’)


Salsette, SS

Serrana, SS

Sidon, HMS

St. Dunstan

Sunderland Flying Boat – G-AGKY

Sunderland Flying Boat – ML883

Sunderland Flying Boat – PP118

The Clan Macvey

The Pin Wreck

U-1195, Submarine (U-Boat)

Unidentified Flying Boat

Valentine Tanks

War Knight, SS

Warwick Deeping, HMS