Sunk by the German submarine U-64, the ship is split into two halves at the height of the caldera that separates the bow from the rest of the ship. The bow lies on its port side revealing its majestic starboard anchor with its respective winch and a perfectly stowed paraban on its port side. In the part of the ship that exploded the torpedo, it is perfectly appreciated what is its heart (the steam boiler) this part of the ship is upside down, so nothing could be appreciated about the ship except its majestic keel and propeller.

This boat was identified by the Costa Palancia diving center and is thus recognized by the Department of Education, Culture and Sports of the Valencian Community.



Autonomous Community: Valencian Community

Provincia: Valencia

Localidad: Sagunto



Apelativo: SS COILA

Año del hundimiento: 1917

Causas: Hundido por un submarino alemán cuando realizaba la travesía de Glasgow a Livorno.

Año de construcción: 1911

Lugar: UK

Profundidad máxima: 35

Profundidad media: 30

Profundidad mínima: 24