What you will see
Restrictions, Sea Life, Shoals of Fish, Wreck
A Norwegian steam shipwrecked in 1917 during World War I by the German submarine U35. It was sunk on the same day as the Wilhelm Krag and the Nordosoen. This shipwreck is still in good condition. We can see part of the cargo, charcoal blocks. The boilers are still in good state of conservation and full of life: nudibranchs and corals can be found here. Around the wreck, we can find Sunfish, schools of White Seabreams, Damselfish and sea swallow Pouts.
--Photos by Pedro Bernardo and Rui Guerra
Beware of the many abandoned fishing nets that involve some parts of the ship.
--Spot description by Paulo Costa