ALEJANDRO

Fuente: hydronauta.com

Spanish coal ship sunk in 1961 when, after running aground on the island of Sálvora, was taken to a nearby beach beaching. The wreck is intact, fully rigged. Among its tenants are colonies of cnidarians, lobsters, crabs, crabs, pout, and abundance of conger. The depth is found (between 33 and 40 meters), with poor visibility (3-4 meters), strong currents and the presence of remnants of fishing gear make the difficulty of the dive is high, recommended only for advanced divers experienced .

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LOCATION

Region: Galicia

province: Corunna

Location: Ria de Arosa

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WRECK DETAILS

Appellative: chickadee

Sinking Year: 1961

Causes:

Year of construction: 1890

Length:

Profundidad máxima: 40

Minimum depth: 33