Shipwrecks in Salvador – Brazil

The city of Salvador, Brazil, is a paradise for divers. Its clear waters and warm, with average annual temperature of 26 º C and visibility reaches 20 meters, attract fans throughout the year. From shipwrecks have been recovered its historical treasures, and Chinese porcelains.

Meet a few:

Is one of the best diving options housed in Salvador. There are corals, sea horses and various species of fish. The maximum depth is ten meters.

Guarajuba Beach offers excellent diving spots. The place is famous for having the clearest water in the region.

Shipwreck Germania
It is the wreck of a German ship which sank in 1876. Is 11 meters deep and is completely dismantled. The wreck is populated by a rich and abundant marine life.

Shipwreck Cavo Artemidi
This Greek freighter is considered a shrine by divers. The ship sank in 1980 and became a huge aquarium, where fish are large.

Salvador still has dozens of other ships in the background that can be visited by divers.

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