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 Vila do Porto

Portugal, Costa Verde, Porto north

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Datum: WGS84 [ Help ]
Precision: Approximate

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Latitude: 41° 10.94' N
Longitude: 8° 42.846' W

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English (Translate this text in English): Vila do Porto is located just out of Leixões

English (Translate this text in English): Vila do Porto is located just out of Leixões

Vila do Porto is located just out of Leixões

English (Translate this text in English): Vila do Porto is located just out of Leixões

English (Translate this text in English): Vila do Porto is located just out of Leixões

English (Translate this text in English): Vila do Porto is located just out of Leixões

English (Translate this text in English): Vila do Porto is located just out of Leixões

English (Translate this text in English): Vila do Porto is located just out of Leixões

English (Translate this text in English): Vila do Porto is located just out of Leixões

How? By boat

Distance Short boat time (< 10min)

Easy to find? Easy to find

 Dive site Characteristics

Average depth 12.0 m / 39.4 ft

Max depth 12.0 m / 39.4 ft

Current Low ( < 1 knot)

Visibility Medium ( 5 - 10 m)

Quality

Dive site quality Standard

Experience CMAS * / OW

Bio interest Interesting

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Week-end crowd 

Dive type

- Wreck

Dive site activities

- First dive

Dangers

- Boat trafic
- Nets

 Additional Information

English (Translate this text in English): Portuguese cargo ship, launched in 1949. She was owned by Carregadores Açorianos Navigation Company and displaced 2.592 tons.

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

The sea claimed the ship and broke her apart. Nowadays divers can find the ship's boiler and metal debris on the sea bottom.

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

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

Source: www.submania.pt
(Reproduced with permission of the author)

English (Translate this text in English): Portuguese cargo ship, launched in 1949. She was owned by Carregadores Açorianos Navigation Company and displaced 2.592 tons.

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

The sea claimed the ship and broke her apart. Nowadays divers can find the ship's boiler and metal debris on the sea bottom.

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

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

Source: www.submania.pt
(Reproduced with permission of the author)

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

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

The sea claimed the ship and broke her apart. Nowadays divers can find the ship's boiler and metal debris on the sea bottom.

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

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

Source: www.submania.pt
(Reproduced with permission of the author)

English (Translate this text in English): Portuguese cargo ship, launched in 1949. She was owned by Carregadores Açorianos Navigation Company and displaced 2.592 tons.

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

The sea claimed the ship and broke her apart. Nowadays divers can find the ship's boiler and metal debris on the sea bottom.

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

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

Source: www.submania.pt
(Reproduced with permission of the author)

English (Translate this text in English): Portuguese cargo ship, launched in 1949. She was owned by Carregadores Açorianos Navigation Company and displaced 2.592 tons.

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

The sea claimed the ship and broke her apart. Nowadays divers can find the ship's boiler and metal debris on the sea bottom.

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

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

Source: www.submania.pt
(Reproduced with permission of the author)

English (Translate this text in English): Portuguese cargo ship, launched in 1949. She was owned by Carregadores Açorianos Navigation Company and displaced 2.592 tons.

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

The sea claimed the ship and broke her apart. Nowadays divers can find the ship's boiler and metal debris on the sea bottom.

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

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

Source: www.submania.pt
(Reproduced with permission of the author)

English (Translate this text in English): Portuguese cargo ship, launched in 1949. She was owned by Carregadores Açorianos Navigation Company and displaced 2.592 tons.

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

The sea claimed the ship and broke her apart. Nowadays divers can find the ship's boiler and metal debris on the sea bottom.

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

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

Source: www.submania.pt
(Reproduced with permission of the author)

English (Translate this text in English): Portuguese cargo ship, launched in 1949. She was owned by Carregadores Açorianos Navigation Company and displaced 2.592 tons.

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

The sea claimed the ship and broke her apart. Nowadays divers can find the ship's boiler and metal debris on the sea bottom.

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

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

Source: www.submania.pt
(Reproduced with permission of the author)

English (Translate this text in English): Portuguese cargo ship, launched in 1949. She was owned by Carregadores Açorianos Navigation Company and displaced 2.592 tons.

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

The sea claimed the ship and broke her apart. Nowadays divers can find the ship's boiler and metal debris on the sea bottom.

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

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

Source: www.submania.pt
(Reproduced with permission of the author)

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