Scylla Reef's 10th Anniversary

A former Royal Navy frigate is celebrating its 10th anniversary – as an underwater attraction for scuba divers. HMS Scylla, a former Leander-class Royal Navy frigate became the UK’s first-ever artificial reef when it was scuttled off the coast of Cornwall on 27th March 2004. Now a decade later, this pioneering man-made shipwreck has become a haven for marine life, a must-see attraction for scuba divers the world over and provided a multi-million pound boost for the local economy.