Sunk July 27, 1917, -60 mt.
The steamer Genoa was torpedoed by a German submarine.
The holds, full of guns and other weapons, were emptied by a specialist in the recovery after the sinking, because at the time the controversy raged for not towed the ship remained afloat for 8 hours, in the nearby port of S. Margherita.
The wreck lies in sailing trim on the muddy bottom at -60 m. in the bay in front of Paraggi.
The hull, covered with nets, lines and peaks, must be visited by experienced divers, because the visibility is often limited and the currents are strong.