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The Almirante Shipwreck  New Jersey's (Wreck Valley)
Historical and current New Jersey Shipwreck Information and images for scuba divers and fisherman.

AlmiranteThe steel hulled freighter Almirante was built in 1909. She was 379 feet long had a 49 foot beam and displaced 3,121 tons.

On September 6, 1918the Almirante was en route from New York to Panama with a cargo of flour, when she encountered a dense fog. A short time latter she was rammed by the tanker Hisko. The Almirante went down quickly taking five of her crew to a watery grave. The wreck was latter wire dragged and demolished so as not to be a hazard to navigation.
New York Times

The Almirante now sits low lying and scattered in 65 feet of water. This wreck is also known as the Flour Wreck.






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