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 San Luciano wreck

Mexico, Central Pacific, Manzanillo Bay

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Datum: WGS84 [ Help ]
Precision: Approximate

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Latitude: 19° 6.365' N
Longitude: 104° 23.767' W

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English (Translate this text in English): The San Luciano wreck is located just 50m (300 yards) off shore of La Boquita area (Santiago Bay).

English (Translate this text in English): The San Luciano wreck is located just 50m (300 yards) off shore of La Boquita area (Santiago Bay).

The San Luciano wreck is located just 50m (300 yards) off shore of La Boquita area (Santiago Bay).

English (Translate this text in English): The San Luciano wreck is located just 50m (300 yards) off shore of La Boquita area (Santiago Bay).

English (Translate this text in English): The San Luciano wreck is located just 50m (300 yards) off shore of La Boquita area (Santiago Bay).

English (Translate this text in English): The San Luciano wreck is located just 50m (300 yards) off shore of La Boquita area (Santiago Bay).

English (Translate this text in English): The San Luciano wreck is located just 50m (300 yards) off shore of La Boquita area (Santiago Bay).

English (Translate this text in English): The San Luciano wreck is located just 50m (300 yards) off shore of La Boquita area (Santiago Bay).

English (Translate this text in English): The San Luciano wreck is located just 50m (300 yards) off shore of La Boquita area (Santiago Bay).

How? By boat & from shore

Distance Short boat time (< 10min)

Easy to find? Easy to find

 Dive site Characteristics

Average depth 7.5 m / 24.6 ft

Max depth 9.0 m / 29.5 ft

Current None

Visibility Medium ( 5 - 10 m)

Quality

Dive site quality Standard

Experience All divers

Bio interest Interesting

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Dive type

- Wreck

Dive site activities

- Marine biology
- Dive training
- Snorkeling / Free diving
- Photography

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English (Translate this text in English): The San Luciano is a 300-foot-long steam vessel, sunk during the hurricane of 1959.

This wreck is home of many sea horses and marine sea life. This is a great dive site for snorkelling (the top of the wreck is only 4 ft. beneath the surface).

Visibility can range from < 5m upwards to 15 or 20m. The best time to dive here is around 11:00-Noon with clear skies for better light penetration. The site is surrounded by fine sand so silting can be an issue.

English (Translate this text in English): The San Luciano is a 300-foot-long steam vessel, sunk during the hurricane of 1959.

This wreck is home of many sea horses and marine sea life. This is a great dive site for snorkelling (the top of the wreck is only 4 ft. beneath the surface).

Visibility can range from &lt; 5m upwards to 15 or 20m. The best time to dive here is around 11:00-Noon with clear skies for better light penetration. The site is surrounded by fine sand so silting can be an issue.

The San Luciano is a 300-foot-long steam vessel, sunk during the hurricane of 1959.

This wreck is home of many sea horses and marine sea life. This is a great dive site for snorkelling (the top of the wreck is only 4 ft. beneath the surface).

Visibility can range from &lt; 5m upwards to 15 or 20m. The best time to dive here is around 11:00-Noon with clear skies for better light penetration. The site is surrounded by fine sand so silting can be an issue.

English (Translate this text in English): The San Luciano is a 300-foot-long steam vessel, sunk during the hurricane of 1959.

This wreck is home of many sea horses and marine sea life. This is a great dive site for snorkelling (the top of the wreck is only 4 ft. beneath the surface).

Visibility can range from &amp;lt; 5m upwards to 15 or 20m. The best time to dive here is around 11:00-Noon with clear skies for better light penetration. The site is surrounded by fine sand so silting can be an issue.

English (Translate this text in English): The San Luciano is a 300-foot-long steam vessel, sunk during the hurricane of 1959.

This wreck is home of many sea horses and marine sea life. This is a great dive site for snorkelling (the top of the wreck is only 4 ft. beneath the surface).

Visibility can range from &amp;amp;lt; 5m upwards to 15 or 20m. The best time to dive here is around 11:00-Noon with clear skies for better light penetration. The site is surrounded by fine sand so silting can be an issue.

English (Translate this text in English): The San Luciano is a 300-foot-long steam vessel, sunk during the hurricane of 1959.

This wreck is home of many sea horses and marine sea life. This is a great dive site for snorkelling (the top of the wreck is only 4 ft. beneath the surface).

Visibility can range from &amp;amp;amp;lt; 5m upwards to 15 or 20m. The best time to dive here is around 11:00-Noon with clear skies for better light penetration. The site is surrounded by fine sand so silting can be an issue.

English (Translate this text in English): The San Luciano is a 300-foot-long steam vessel, sunk during the hurricane of 1959.

This wreck is home of many sea horses and marine sea life. This is a great dive site for snorkelling (the top of the wreck is only 4 ft. beneath the surface).

Visibility can range from &amp;amp;amp;amp;lt; 5m upwards to 15 or 20m. The best time to dive here is around 11:00-Noon with clear skies for better light penetration. The site is surrounded by fine sand so silting can be an issue.

English (Translate this text in English): The San Luciano is a 300-foot-long steam vessel, sunk during the hurricane of 1959.

This wreck is home of many sea horses and marine sea life. This is a great dive site for snorkelling (the top of the wreck is only 4 ft. beneath the surface).

Visibility can range from &amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;lt; 5m upwards to 15 or 20m. The best time to dive here is around 11:00-Noon with clear skies for better light penetration. The site is surrounded by fine sand so silting can be an issue.

English (Translate this text in English): The San Luciano is a 300-foot-long steam vessel, sunk during the hurricane of 1959.

This wreck is home of many sea horses and marine sea life. This is a great dive site for snorkelling (the top of the wreck is only 4 ft. beneath the surface).

Visibility can range from &amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;lt; 5m upwards to 15 or 20m. The best time to dive here is around 11:00-Noon with clear skies for better light penetration. The site is surrounded by fine sand so silting can be an issue.

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LoboMX avatar
San Luciano wreck
By LoboMX
Jul 26, 2011
- Had 30-40 foot visibility on the wreck.  Probably one of the best dives I've done there so far.
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San Luciano wreck
By tlperezv
Jul 5, 1993
Barco San Luciano - Un Buque Tanque, tenia coral creciendo. Pocos peces.
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By flyhard , 03-02-2009

cool - looks like a fun dive site,
easy wreck dive :)

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