Heian Maru

The Heian Maru was a passenger-cargo ship was built in 1930 and is 155 meters in length. She lies between a depth of 10 - 35 meters. She is the largest ship remaining in Truk Lagoon, and has large passageways with an expansive bridge and engine room.

Like many of the wrecks here she is covered in many hard and soft corals along with many types of fish life.

Nível

Nível

  • Avançado
Visibilidade

Visibilidade

  • 18 m
Current

Current

  • Corrente Leve
  • Sem Corrente
TIPOS DE MERGULHO

TIPOS DE MERGULHO

  • Recife Artificial
  • Mergulho em Naufrágio

Temperatura & Visibilidade

Mergulhos

Diversidade de Vida Marinha

CENTRO DE TREINO AFILIADO

LOCAIS DE MERGULHO PRÓXIMOS

A lagoa Truk é o local perfeito para mergulhos em naufrágios. A base naval japonesa foi atacada em 1944 pelos Estados Unidos. Durante este ataque, mais de 60 navios foram afundados e mais de 200 aviões foram afundados. As águas aqui são profundas e repletas de muitos artefatos históricos de guerra.

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