The skipper will take you across Swanage Bay towards Old Harry and as you cross the bay, a permanent buoy marks her spot. The wreck lies quite exposed on the sea bed and has detorioated dramatically in the last few years. In April 2011 (the last time we dived her), very little was recognisable of her original shape.
She lies on her port side and the a lot of the structure has detoriated exposing long nails everywhere. Nevertheless, she is nice dive as she is covered in sea life.
Descend down the line and make yourself around the wreck and explore the outside. There are no real access points, just exposed oak ribs from the hull. Use a torch to explore the nooks and crannies, you will find a lot fish life. After about 20 to 30 minutes you are likely to have had enough, deploy your SMB and drift off the Fleur. The bottom is quite sandy with some large rocks dotted around. You are likely to come across crabs and other bottom dwellers.