The Cristobal Colon was a Spanish cruise liner that sank in 1923 off Bermuda's northern shore. The wreck is the biggest one you'll find in Bermuda waters.
The Cristobal Colon was 499 feet long and was regarded as one of the most luxurious ships of her era. While there were more than 300 passengers aboard her at the time of the wreck, some believe that her main purpose was not transporting people, but smuggling arms from Mexico back to Spain. In any case, this wreck remains one of the island's most popular dive spots.
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