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Boss 400 Shipwreck, Cape Town

The ruins of French lay barge Boss 400 that was wrecked in a storm in 1994 are visible off the Cape Town coast, and can be accessed by diving.

The ruins of French lay barge Boss 400 that was wrecked in a storm in 1994 are visible off the Cape Town coast, and can be accessed by diving. The crane boom is visible above water.


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About Boss 400 Shipwreck

 Cape Town, South Africa

Boss 400 Shipwreck and Nearby Sights on Map

Duiker Island

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Hout Bay

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Castle Lichtenstein

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Hout Bay Museum

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Die Oog

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