Kahala Barge is an advanced dive site at 80 - 90 feet deep, with the possibility of strong currents hitting the wreck. Kahala Barge is a very dilapidated wreck. It is not safe to penetrate the wreck due to the condition.
Typical tropical suspects can be found here. Schools of various butterflyfish, surgeonfish, triggerfish, wrasse. The wreck is in a large sandy area, possibility of rays and sharks.
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