Trawler sunk in 1975 by an explosion of fuel into the engine room. Then he had Japanese flag. Previously he had other names: Gerd-62 and Marva-54. The wreck is located a short distance from the port of La Luz and Las Palmas, outside the dyke Reina Sofia in the same area where other wrecks are from the same era. It is known as the small Kalays to be at the bottom of the bay where a few years later sank the Greek merchant Kalais.
Location: Puerto de la Luz (Las Palmas)
- Cross: Davy Jones Diving http://www.davyjonesdiving.com/buceo/buceo-gran-canaria.shtml
- Center: Scuba Diving Centre Canary www.buceocanarias.com
Appellative: Small Kalais
Sinking Year: 1975
causes: Explosion of fuel into the engine room.
Year of construction: 1946
Place: Dutch shipyards
Maximum depth: 30
Average depth: 27
Minimum depth: 25