This site is home to a 100m long cargo and passenger vessel that capsized during a typhoon in October 1988. A great wreck dive from Malapascua and the perfect spot for your Wreck Diving Specialty certification.
Besides the beautiful hard and soft coral found on the wreck you can also spot moray eels, nudibranchs, cuttlefish, and sweetlips.
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Are you ready to become a deep diver and explore deeper wrecks, coral-encrusted walls, reefs and more? Many exciting dive sites lie in deep waters and the SSI Deep Diving Specialty will teach you how to get there – safely and with confidence. You will learn how to plan and conduct dives to between 18 and 40 meters deep and earn your SSI Deep Diving Specialty certification.
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