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River Popa
River Gurara MV was a Nigerian cargo motor vessel that sank on 26th February 1989
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Primavera
2000 ton Italian steam sunk in 1902. This wreck is the easiest dive in the Berlengas. Its privileged location allows us to dive there
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Fragata Comandante Hermenegildo Capelo
The “Comandante Hermenegildo Capelo Frigate" is the second frigate in a group of four ships
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U1277
U Boat - 1277 is a WWII shipwreck. She was a German submarine Type VIIC/41
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Madeirense
Cargo ship "Madeirense", about a mile away from the coast and about 34mts below the surface. Here we can find marine spiders,
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Corveta Pereira D' Eça
Corvette General Pereira d'Eça, is one of the three ships that were sunk close to the Madeira Islands. She lyes less than 1 mile away from the coast
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River Proa
River Gurara MV was a Nigerian cargo motor vessel that sank on 26th February 1989
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Corveta Oliveira e Carmo
Launched on 5th February 1975 and retired on 1999. Equipped for anti-submarine combat,
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Navio Hidrográfico Almeida e Carvalho
The Ship was acquired by Portugal and incorporated into the fleet of the Armed Forces on 21st January 1972. It entered Lisbon for the first time
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Henry Mori
Henry Mori is among the wrecks of the Shipwreck Cemetary, in the Farilhões. It is badly dismantled, but
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Roberto Ivens
The Roberto Ivens minesweeper is an old trawler requisitioned by the Portuguese Navy
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Corveta Afonso Cerqueira
The Corvette Afonso Cerqueira, after Madeirense, a merchant navy ship that linked the islands of the archipelago, and Corvette General Pereira D'Eça, (spot “Cordeca”, here in Portugal Dive website),
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Dori
"Dori", a 130mts long ship, participated in the military Operation Overlord. Rests at about 20mts of depth on a sandy bottom and is one of the most popular spots in the Azores.
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Barcaça "Maria Grécia"
Barge "Maria Grécia" sank in 1985 when giving aid in the works of the new pontoon of the harbor. Its very damaged and divided into 2 parts,
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Barco das Telhas
Shipwreck of a small transport vessel. Its cargo was constituted by tiles remains.
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Bowbelle
Sand Dredger that sank on 25th March of 1996 while doing some routine manoeuvres. The boat broke in half and sank to a depth of 32mts.
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Vapor do Trigo
Located in a sheltered spot near the UNESCO Nature Reserve of the Berlengas Islands,
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Rebocador do Farol
Tugboat sunk about 50 years ago, with 20mts of lenght, on a sandy bottom.
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Rinchão
This reef is located North of the Berlengas. It is a very dangerous place to navigate, but it is fantastic for diving.
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Pontão 16
Known as Pontoon 16, this structure 40mts long and 17mts wide is a barge that was intentionally sunk
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Dago
The SS Dago is at a depth of 50mts, about 3 miles offshore. The SS Dago was a 290-foot-long British steam freighter
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Patrulha Zambeze
Launched on 31st October 1971 and retired in September 2003.
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Batelão do Burgau
Small barge sunk in 1980, lies entire and bottomed at 6 mts of depth. We can observe several species namely Blenny, Cuttlefish, Goby,
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SS Empire Warrior
British Steam Freighter that was sunk on 19th June 1941 by German bombers,
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Grua do Titan
Crane of the Barge that shipwrecked while placing blocks for the artificial reef.
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Wilhelm Krag
Norwegian Freighter that sank in 1917. It had no cargo and was on its way to
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Torvore
A Norwegian steam shipwrecked in 1917 during World War I by the German submarine U35.
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Traineira
Here we find a boiler belonging to a fishing boat. The bottom is sandy
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Yate
Remains of a Yacht that sunk off the coast of Quarteira.
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B-24 Liberator
The wreck of an American bomber lies at a depth of 20mts. The bomber fell and sank in 1943 with 11 people on board and only 5 were saved.
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Arrastão IPIMAR
A trawler of iron that was sunk in 1995 with the aim of creating an artificial reef. The ship is still whole, has been cleaned and its interior emptied.
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Faro A
Presumed seventeenth-century ship, which identity is still unknown. It was sunk in front of Faro and discovered by two Algarvian divers
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Barcaça da Piedade
Barge with 4 propellers that lies upside down on a sand bottom.
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L'Ocean
Admiralship of the French fleet with about 60mts length, sunk in 1759 during the battle of Lagos.
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Titan
A Barge that sank when it was loading big stone blocks
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Spyros
Greek freighter that sank in 1937 while looking for shelter during a storm near land.
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Nordsoen
Danish ship sunk during the 1st World War by a German submarine.
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Rebocador da Percebeira
Small shipwreck of an iron ship half-buried in the sand, near a stone wall.
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Pés de Galo
This spot consists of blocks of stone that form the entry point into the harbour.
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Brenha
The "Brenha" was a trawl fishing vessel. Built-in 1969, it was 32 meters long, 7.22 meters wide and 3.55 meters high.
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Batelão Cantanhede
The Barge, by its real name "Cantanhede", was part of a composition of three vessels, two barges,
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Silver Valley
Liberian ship "Silver Valley" stranded and split in two
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Draga da Madalena
The wreck "Draga da Madalena" is split into two large sections where it is easy to navigate and swim trough.
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Terceirense Wreck
This shipwreck dive is in close proximity to the harbour, which makes for an easy dive for divers of all experience levels.
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Navio do Norte
The history of this wreck is unknown. We know that she is quite old, built of wood, but what kind of ship, where did she come from
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Navio Varna
This wreck was located recently (2019) by Instructor Zé Beto Miranda. Bulgarian-flagged freighter, the MV Varna was launched in 1957
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SS Kassamba
Cargo vessel from Angola built in 1977. She was 136m long and 8.374 tons gross.
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Veronese
British packet-boat, built in 1906, displaced 7.063 tons and was owned by Lamport & Holt Line. She sailed from Liverpool, stopped in Vigo (Spain)
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Jacob Maersk
Danish oil tanker built in 1966 and owned by Maerskline Navigation Company. On January 29th, 1975, around 1pm, when on manoeuvres to moor on tanker's Terminal A at Leixões harbour,
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Sapho
Greek freighter that sank in 1932, with wreckage up to 32 meters.
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Agios Nikolaus
Agius Nikolaus is a shipwreck, that was sunk in 1964. One of the largest shipwrecks that you can dive in Peniche.
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Selir
This shipwreck is surrounded by mysteries as to the cause of its accident
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Santo André
Steam of the century XIX which origin and causes of shipwreck
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Ruy Barbosa Wreck
This ship was a Brazilian packet-boat built-in 1913, 11.780 tons gross and 149m long, was owned by Lloyd Brasileiro Navigation Company and had a capacity for 650 persons.
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Badajeira
Dive located at the tip of Ponta de São Lourenço, right next to the lighthouse.
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Lidador
This easy and shallow dive is excellent for less experienced divers and is perfect for beginners and snorkellers.
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