Ben Andrew took The Log to new depths in Roatan, Honduras during a recent “exSCUBAganza.” The moment was captured 110 feet below the surface during an El Aguila wreck dive. El Aguila is a 230-foot long Spanish ship believed to have been sabotaged, according to the Roatan Diving Center. “It’s final voyage, according to Samir Galindo, General Manager of Anthony’s Key Resort, was a run from Puerto Cortes to Haiti, carrying a cargo of concrete. “It ran aground near Utila” then was towed and sunk in its current location, as stated on Subway Watersports’ website. The photo was taken by Paula Bailey.
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