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Naufragio Blackadder

The Clipper sailboat, Blackadder, sank in 1905 off the coast of Boa Viagem Beach in Brazil. With a length of 70 meters and three masts, its demise was caused by a storm that loosened its moorings and led it to crash into the coral reefs. Today, the remains of this historic wreck lie at a depth of 9 meters, well-preserved and easily visible to divers.

Divers of all levels, especially beginners, are drawn to explore the Blackadder wreck due to its accessible location and fascinating marine life. The wreckage serves as a sanctuary for various shoals, providing shelter for an abundance of seahorses and batfish. The visibility in the area is approximately 8 meters, making it an ideal spot for underwater enthusiasts to immerse themselves in the captivating underwater world.

Located at Rua Engenheiro Manoel Inácio Bastos, Largo de Roma, Boa Viagem, Salvador, Região Geográfica Imediata de Salvador, Região Metropolitana de Salvador, Região Geográfica Intermediária de Salvador, Bahia, Northeast Region, 40425-060, Brazil, the Blackadder wreck is a must-visit destination for divers seeking a thrilling yet accessible dive experience in Brazil.

Last updated: 9 mo. ago - Oct 4, 2023

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