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Oceanus Scuba checking out the wreck of the SS Maori, in Hout Bay, Cape Town South Africa. Keen to join the next trip? Visit us at http://www.oceanusscuba.com
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The "SS Maori" was a 123m Steamer built in 1883. The ship was wrecked in the bay to the north of Duiker Point on the Cape Peninsula on Thursday 5 August 1909 in thick fog and drizzle while on a voyage from London to New Zealand with a mixed cargo of British manufactured goods, including explosives, railway-lines, crockery and water-piping. The ship’s bell can be viewed in the Hout Bay museum. (This is a historical wreck and is now protected by legislation. Removing wreckage or artifacts is a criminal offence.)
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