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the sea bottom is MUCH deeper there, IIRC 800 m

Either I can't trust my memory, or used to look at a map with depths in feet...

Coastal and Marine Research, University of Ulster

Beaufort's Dyke is one of the deepest areas in the waters of the inner UK coastal shelf with a maximum-charted depth of 302m, approximately 3 times the mean depth of the surrounding waters.

That can be mastered, though it would still be a new record (vs. Eiksund tunnel's current record of -287 m from 2008).

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by DoDo on Fri Dec 18th, 2009 at 04:24:29 AM EST
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