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mr.scuba
01-10-2007, 09:20 PM
Are there any good adresses for wreckdiving east off malaga Spain?

Marc

Sarah
01-10-2007, 09:52 PM
Off Gibraltar there is the wreck of the Green Beans:

This wreck, a cargo vessel of approximately 130 metres in length sank in 1982. After losing its rudder in heavy weather it was forced against a rocky outcrop and sank in only 12 metres of water. This depth making this site perfect for all kinds of divers and experience levels.

The story has it that the vessel was carrying a ship load of canned green beans, upon sinking the local communities took advantage of the situation and raided the ship for its load. The central section of the wreck currently finds itself collapsed, but the stern and bow sections proving the most interesting sections of the wreck, remain intact and penetrable. A torch is recommended as many creatures dwell within its dark holes, including turtles and groupers.

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