6044-ton, A-1 type Mulberry unit, built 1943. 204ft x 56ft beam, 60ft high, drawing 20ft, concrete with steel reinforcing rods. Floating 'egg-box ' of 22 compartments. Part of prefab D-Day harbours being towed by tugs to Normandy. Bofors gun on top platform amidships. Position: 50 44.63N; 00 42.32W, (all positions are GPS). Depth: 9m. Sunk: After being raised in 1944, settled again and broke back across hole that was former 'parking' place. Showed 40ft until used for rocket practice by RAF. Diving: Known as the Far Mulberry, very broken, partly under sand/shingle. Paradise for photographers with bass, pouting, pollack, brill and turbot. Southern end weed-covered. Northern sloping end, probably stern, clear and home to mussels and dead men's fingers. East side best preserved, towing bollards in place. Other victims of RAF bombing within finning distance - concrete petrol barge, infantry landing craft, air-sea rescue float called a Cuckoo. Launch: Selsey, Pagham, Bognor, Littlehampton.