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Habagat, Wreck

Located in front of Alona Beach and usually within a 10-minute speedboat ride from the resort, Habagak wreck Point is a yacht that sank due to heavy rain during the Havagat season. The yacht sits on a sandy floor at a depth of about 34 meters, so that although the decompression limit time is short, it's not a big ship, it's a full-blown tour.

Inside the shipwreck is filled with Cardinal fish, and on the second floor of the wreck there is a steering room, where many divers can take commemorative photos. Bring your underwater lantern and you'll see the cardinal fish in full.


TEMPERATURE & VISIBILITY*

This data is provided from the logbook information in the MySSI app

DIVE TYPES

  • Wreck Dive

Level

  • Beginner
  • Advanced

Programs

  • Scuba

Entry

  • Boat

Body of Water

  • Salt

currents

  • no
  • moderate

Maximum Depth

  • 32m

Visibility

  • 16m
This data is provided by divers logging their dives in the mySSI App
Wildlife Diversity
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Fishes
Lionfish
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Fishes
Lionfish

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