Nuestra Señora Santa María de Quintanpalla, sunk ca. 1680 off Seville Harbor, Spain
We still do not have any evidence for or information about this shipwreck, but the consignor is honorable and swears this is a legitimate wreck in the river harbor of Seville. From evidence at the wrecksite, it is believed the ship was a medium-sized galleon of approximately 600 tons, 50 meters in length, with more than 250 men, 68 cannons and a cargo of mostly textiles and other goods, sunk sometime in the period of 1678 to 1680. I was also told the wrecksite lies beneath about 1000 feet of water, but Seville harbor is not that deep! Most likely the wreck was actually off Cádiz.
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