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VILA DO PORTO 
By Luis Mota (SUBMANIA)

Portuguese cargo ship, launched into water in 1949. She was owned by Carregadores Açorianos Navigation Company and displaced 2.592 tons.

This ship sunk during a severe sea storm near Leixão Grande rock on 20th of May 1955.

The sea ended up with the ship, broken her apart and nowadays divers can find on the sea floor the ship's boiler and metal debris.

Due to her location, diving this wreck is only possible when sea is flat, under the risk of divers been throwned to the rocks and pier by waves.

She rests at 12m and, as all wrecks, has her share of marine life.

 

Minimum diving certification required to dive this wreck:
CMAS one star or equivalent.

Batelao ] Bezerros ] Brenha ] Charneca ] Jakob Maersk ] Kassamba ] Navio Do Norte ] Olo ] Pelo Negro ] Prego ] Rodelha ] Ruy Barbosa ] Veronese ] [ Vila do Porto ] U1277 ]

THE INFORMATION ABOUT THIS DIVE SITE WAS PROVIDED BY:

 

SUBMANIA, Escola de Mergulho
Matosinhos - Portugal
web: www.submania.pt
email: info@submania.pt

© Luis Mota

 

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