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Sargasso Sea Underwater Photo Sites

Sargasso Sea Underwater Photo Sites

The largest wreck in Bermuda, at originally 500ft long, the wreckage is spread over close to 1000ft. It was a luxury liner from Spain, which ran aground in 1936. There were no fatalities, at least at the time of the wreck. The entire crew (all 160+) were believed to be sympathisers to the Cuban (or Puerto Rican, can't remember which) revolution, and were all executed on their return to Spain.
Very photogenic site, starting from the stern, where the prop shafts and propellers are still visible. There's a lot of fish life, (including a lion fish, seen on my last dive, and a moray eel that lives in the bow), and coral is doing very well colonising the wreck itself. There are other wrecks nearby, caused by the original wreck - the Colon was seen sitting in the water, and other captains assumed it was a safe passage...
Facts about Cristobal Colon, North Rock
  • It is in Bermuda
  • Cristobal Colon, North Rock is in the Sargasso Sea.
  • The typical depth is 0-30 Metres 0-100 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 10-30 Metres 30-100 Feet.
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