Marine Quest – inspiring diving around St Abbs, Eyemouth and the Firth of Forth. The Harbourside – first-class accommodation for divers and walkers.

Anlaby

The Anlaby was a British steamer that ran aground in 1873 while travelling through thick fog – she was carrying coal at the time. She lies close in to the rocks at Altarstanes Landing on May Island. The largest part of her is the rudder section and cast propeller lying in 16m depth, the rest of the well broken wreck lays bow to the shore ending up in about 8m.