The Forest City is one of the premiere dive sites in Tobermory.
She starts rather disappointingly as a colelction of timbers and broken decking at around 55' but her condition improves with depth to the point that when you reach her boiler at approximately 108' she looks great.
Due to her wildly varying depth the upper areas are accessible to
advanced divers but tech-types will be attracted to her stern which
looks great. See the top photo at right to get a sense of the angle at
which this wreck rests.
Located in Tobermory (where cold water was invented) you can add
depth and current to this list of challenges when diving this site.
Perplexingly, it is reported that officials of the Fathom Five National
Marine park refuse to allow this popular location to be
marked/moored, which means there is no descent/ascent line (which
only adds to the potential dangers, so go figure). The site is marked
only by a vague triangle shape on one of the sizeable rocks on shore
(underwater it is marked by a recently-lost weight belt, but that is a