Bermuda's unquestionably one of the great shipwreck destinations in the world, and the King George ranks as the biggest intact wreck under the island's waters. A dredger intentionally scuttled several miles off North Rock in 1930 after outliving its services, the 171-foot hulk's a riveting sight, lodged upright, soft-coral-encrusted, and remarkably preserved on the seafloor sand some 60 feet down.
You may well see fish shadowing the King George, but the intactness, posture, and size of the sunken ship itself is definitely the main draw at this primo dive site.
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