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The Agincourt site is another easily located wreck site very similar to the site of the Chaudiere in location and divable conditions. The wrecks is only 260 metres north of the Chaudiere and sits 100 metres west of the low water mark and visibility is subjected to the nearby breakers that crash on to the sandy beach. The site is also surrounded by sand making anchoring beside the wreck easy but swell does stir up the site. Of the three Hamelin Bay wrecks the Agincourt was the most weeded up site but this may have contributed to the site having the most small fish life of all the wrecks. The 140 year old wreck site provides a really interesting experience as the wooden wreckage that remains, is still in remarkable condition and like the other wrecks in the area the timber cargo of sleepers still remain neatly stacked in the centre of the site.