The Camswan is an excellent wreck that sits 4 metres proud of the seabed in 18m of water. This 105 metre long steam ship had a short life. Built in 1917 it was sunk in the same year in a collision with the SS Polbrae. The Camswan lies on a sand and gravel bottom and visibility is generally good. Although very broken up the wreck ahs plenty to explore. Making your way to the rear of the vessel, the large rudder gives you some idea of its size. There is plenty of marine life on the wreck including conger, pollack and wrasse and some big shoals of bib.