|Number seen/Abundance||Date||Location||Comments||Recorded by|
The Wreck of the Hathor and Plympton off the back of St. Agnes, off Lethegus Rocks, Isles of Scilly
|Sizes varied from 10-15cm width and length. The fans stood 'alone' on the bow section of the wreck.||Nicola Smith|
Hatt Rock, Offshore Cornwall
|Sev. per sq. m in places groups on upfacing rock deeper than about 30 m bcd and in lee of verticals.||Keith Hiscock|
Bigbury Bay, wreck of the Oregon
|Numerous fans attached to the hull plates now lying on the seabed. Approx depth 30m||Fiona Hampton-Matthews|
Sawtooth Ledges, Lyme Bay.
|Numerous small specimens some in poor condition.||Charles Whitworth|
Saw tooth ledges, Lyme Bay
"The Fields" - aprox 1 mile SSE of Dodman Point, Cornwall.
|Upto about 12-14 inches high.||Chris Bunney|
1 1/2 miles due south of the Cobb Lyme Regis on wreck of 'Baygitano', (part of wheehouse).
Nr site of wreck of "Amazon ense", St Davids Head, Pembrokeshire
|From wreck buoy, on a bearing of 240 degrees (heading into a small bay)we encountered one pink sea fan. Have reported it to Seasearch and Marine Conservation Society.||Jon Hudson|
Outside of Killybegs harbour
|on rock in open water||Malcolm Houston|
|5||attached to wreck plating|
West side, Eastern King Point, Plymouth Sound
|Two unbranched indivs each c. 4 m high at 18.5 m bcd on bedrock slope.||Keith Hiscock|
Wreck of the King Cadwallan, Scilly Isles, on the Hard Lewis Rocks. 36 meters deep, underwater visibility 8-9 meters, slight current. SE 5.
|Present on lower/deeper parts of wreckag ~32 meters. Up to 20 cm tall.||Sonia Rowley|
Wreck of the Italia off St. Agnes, Scilly Isles. 39 meters deep, underwater visibility >12 meters, water temperature 13 degrees. No water speed and weather calm with variable 1!! Afternoon dive. Wreck broken up on rocks.
|Present on wreck plates ~25-30 meters depth. 20-30 cm high.||Sonia Rowley|
Persier wreck, Bigbury Bay, Devon