Oldest shipwreck is found in South Brazil

For over 420 years on the seabed, a sixteenth-century stone was removed from the sea on the southern coast of Florianopolis, in the last week of June. The divers believe they are remnants of the ship La Provider San Esteban. Check out the excerpt from an article published in the Mergulho magazine:

“Weighing about 800 kg, the piece was found by divers in the SouthBar Project, along with a cannon, masonry materials and remains of pottery. The ship was also found, but it is almost buried in theseabed. ”

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