The passing years, and in particular every winter season, make the wreck located next to Gramvousa Island less and less like a ship. That it was formerly a vessel operating between ports located in the Mediterranean is evidenced by rust-eaten remains of the bow. Of all, the cargo carried by this once Greek merchant ship by the name of Dimitros P is definitely best preserved. In the video below you can easily see hundreds, if not thousands, of sacks of cement, which, laid in orderly layers, will litter the bottom of the former cargo hold.
The full history of this wreck can be found in our extensive description, which a few years ago we posted on our site: Dimitrios P. - history of the wreck from Gramvousa