Dive Category Wreck
Dive Type Band 35
Max. depth: 28 (M)
Trip Time: 2H :45M

Minimum number of divers: 6

Type of vessel - Steam Ship

How sunk - Torpedoed

Former names - none

Wreck height - 6m

Max Depth - 28m
Tonnage - 730
Length - 211
Date sunk - 14 Mar 1918

The Venezuela was traveling from Swansea for Rouen via Falmouth with a cargo of coal when she was torpedoed by UB-59. There were no survivors.

The wreck lies upright and proud in places, although her stern is well buried. The highest parts being her two boilers and triple expansion engine. Her stern gun has been recovered.

The forgotten wrecks of World war 1 report on the Venezuela can be seen here