The Baygitano steam ship is a perfect second dive of the day or first dive for those without the depth experience.
She is usually covered with loads of fish, making her a very scenic dive and visibility is often quite good, 10m in the summer being not unusual.
The skippers tend to drop you off near the bow of the wreck. Giving you a good reference point to start, as the wreck has flattened and only key features of it are left to see. Follow her along the starboard side and you will come across the first of the three mast, followed shortly by some bollards and what is left of the second mast.
Near the second mast you will see a hatch on the floor, with the boilers towering next to it. Swim around the boiler and you can spot the donkey boiler behind and the engine sitting there. The pistons are exposed and it makes it an interesting site.
At the point it will look like the wreck is finished. A large sandy area covers the wreck here, and if you aim nearly straight south, you will hit the stern section. Two large winches can be seen – just behind the winches and in parallel to the port bollards (to your right), you will see the spare propeller (often missed by divers). You can swim around the remaining stern section and look at the rudder. Now just follow the line back along the port side until you hit the bow section again and ascend to meet your boat.