The magnificent steam Alfonso XII of the Transatlantic Company, when it was built (in 1875) was the largest steamer afloat with Spanish flag.
WRECKS IN SPAIN
Canary Islands | Diving in history
Reinforced Bulk transport ore Antares Maritime property that the July 14, 1986, in the course of a voyage with cargo of 12,000 tonnes of iron ore powder, half an hour after leaving the Port of La Luz, lost
Surnave freighter, SA
The August 22, 1909, about six in the afternoon, in Lower Greek, next to Jandia Lighthouse, sank the "Ballester" after colliding with her, opened a water route and lose the helm
Vapor-mail transport shipping company Antonio Lopez and bound to the West Indies and transporting the military battalion San Marcial, on March 5, 1862 ran aground on the coast of the island of La Gomera.
Fishing sunk in May 2002 compared to Mogan marina underwater to encourage tourism.
Steam freighter sunk in 1973 to hit Punta Scratch.
Trawler sunk in 1975 by a burst of fuel into the engine room.
The inability to fish in the Sahara coast meant the dismantling of much of the fishing fleet, as in the case of the three ships that were sunk in 2004 in the area to promote diving tourism.
In the 70's were sunk a group of wooden fishing boats to promote diving tourism in the area.
In the surf zone wave, beachfront Hole, on the island of Gran Canaria, are the remains of a wooden ship modern era.
The Greek-flagged cargo ship was carrying a cargo of cement bags for Nigeria.
Was once a powerful Soviet trawler fleet in the eastern Atlantic.
Freighter owned by Naviera Medina devoted to coastal trade between the islands and the Spanish Sahara.
The name of this fish gives a good account of the preferential direction I had planned, the African coast.
Korean Fishing abandoned by their owners at the docks of Puerto de la Luz.
The first name of this ship was Temple Hall, to be renamed years later by a Greek shipping as Telamon, in honor of one of the legendary Argonauts.
Launched in 1882, the steam passenger and cargo liner French "Ville de Pará", was his third trip from Le Havre to Pernambuco.
British steamship built in 1893 captured by the German Navy in the First World War.
The June 30, 1971 Douglas DC3 military aircraft of the Spanish Armada, the Fox 33 -, off the Gando Air Base to El Aaiun to participate in a parachute drop.