|Ruggles Island shown within the Falkland Islands.|
|English name:||Ruggles Island|
|Spanish name:||Isla Calista|
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Ruggles Island (Spanish: Isla Calista) is a small island, off East Falkland in the Falkland Islands. To its east is Ruggles Bay, which forms the coast of Lafonia on East Falkland. It is just north of Speedwell Island.
The island has a couple of wrecks off it.
- In September 1874, the US clipper Sea Ranger went under here.
- In September 1885, the Italian ship Luigrya went down here, with a hold full of marble statues, which it is said in local folklore can still be seen under the water.
- Ewen Southby-Tailyour, Falkland Island Shores.
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In 1994 a small team of divers from Port Stanley- Dave Eynon, Mike Triggs, Simon Goss and Phil Rozee discovered the Luigrya lying in about 8 metres of water of the coast of Ruggles Island, its cargo of marble is still intact.