Submerged shipwreck on 24 March 2004. It is 50 mts long, with 4 perfectly open cellars, full bridge. It's on the right side of the bottom.
Around it you can see a variety of fish such as salmon, groupers and Turks. Anemosnas, nudibranquis, canrgejos, hedgehogs and starfish
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