The Lusitania was another victim of the same minefield that sank the Anglia. The Lusitania was a steamer of 1834 tons and was carrying government stores and general cargo from London to Lisbon when on November 17th 1915 her captain turned back to assist the sinking Anglia and struck a mine too. All crew were saved.
Diving: Well broken up, parts deck of are still intact, she lies upright 8m proud in 30m. Big anchor on the port side and large impressive bowsprite. Large tyres can be seen along with drums of cable and wellington boots. Silver coins and gold have been recovered from the passenger accommodation as well as British and Portuguese coins and buttons with the ship’s crest on them. Lots of clock mechanisms in the holds. The holds are nearly completely sanded up. The stern is intact and still has it’s typical rounded shape. Huge iron screw and rudder. Lots of fish and lobster.