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The Oak-Moore is a 20th-century steamship wreck located off the coast of Punta Paloma in Spain. It is believed to have sunk after colliding with the Bajeta de los Cabezos. Resting at a depth of 28m, the wreck lies in a north-south direction with its bow leading the way. Divers exploring this site can expect to see the intact helm and propeller.

This remarkable wreck has become an underwater oasis, completely adorned with vibrant corals, calcareous algae, and sponges. The marine life is abundant, with large schools of fish such as Borriquetes (white seabream) or Sargos (sea bream), along with damselfish, congers, and electric rays. This artificial reef offers a captivating experience for divers, showcasing the beauty and diversity of marine ecosystems.

With a visibility of 12m and a maximum depth of 29m, this dive is suitable for experienced divers. Situated near Punta Paloma, Tarifa, in the Campo de Gibraltar region of Cádiz, Andalusia, Spain, this dive site provides a unique opportunity to explore a historic wreck while immersing oneself in the pristine waters of the area.

Last updated: 8 mo. ago - Oct 3, 2023

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