This wreck site is known locally as the "green buoy wreck." It was believed to be either the World War I casualty Mirlo, or the World War II casualty San Delfino. Both vessels were lost in a close geographic area, but they each had very different engines. Mirlo's engine was steam driven, while San Delfino's engine was diesel powered. Diving operations proved the lack of primary boilers and the presence of large diesel engines, thus ruling out Mirlo as the vessel at this wreck site.
With a depth of 110 feet, the wreck is a popular recreational dive site. The wreck is mostly intact, though angled over to starboard. A large propeller exists, as well as a large deck gun. The engineering spaces are disarticulated with various areas of high relief. Though no boilers are apparent, the evidence of the deck gun makes this wreck site most likely San Delfino.
Structure Information:San Delfino is a Fishing Spot.
A shipwreck or wreckage from a sunken vessel is located at this spot.
This fishing spot was added to the database on 11/15/2018 3:32:28 PM by Seamus and last updated on 11/15/2018 4:37:27 PM.
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