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Japanese Salvage Tug (Wreck)

World War 2 wreck that lies in 130 feet. With the deck at 115 feet, this an excellent site for deep divers with nitrox. Penetration is not recommended for this site with the deterioration of the sunken vessel. Must be done from a boat.

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Surprise Reef

Pristine coral can be found on this sea mount that is due west from San Luis beach. This is one of several seamounts that were unaffected by dredging in the ’60’s.Several great anemone beds and numerous reef fish can be seen.Accessible by boat only

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Kitsugawa Maru (Wreck)

The Kits is a Japanese freighter sunk in July 1944. It is sitting upright on the bottom of Apra Harbor at 140 feet deep. The large bow gun is still intact. The deck of the vessel is 115 ft deep, with the masts reaching to about 50 ft from the surface.

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SMS Cormoran (Wreck)

The WWI wreck, SMS Cormoran lies in 130 feet of water on her starboard side, adjacent to the Tokai Maru (which sunk in 1943). ​This is a very unique wreck diving site as it is the only dive site in the world where you can dive wrecks from both World Wars in a single dive.

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Tokai Maru (Wreck)

The Tokai Maru was sunk via torpedo by the U.S. submarine, Snapper on August 27th, 1943 and is now resting at the bottom of Apra Harbor in 130’ of water. Sitting alongside the Coromoran (scuttled at the beginning of WWI), this is a unique wreck site.

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Gab Gab 2

Gab Gab 2 is just north of the dive site Gab Gab 1. There is a floating bouy that can be seen just 100 yards offshore. Start your dive here by descending on the mooring line, then swim north at 30 degrees. You will see lots of colorful coral, large jacks, nurse sharks, and tons of reef fish.

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Gab Gab 1

Located off Gab Gab Beach, this shore dive can only be accessed via the Navy Base in Guam. This popular training site is easy for divers of all levels. A variety of coral and tons of fish live here. The outer reef is accessible by boat for divers without military access privileges.

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Scuba Beach

Scuba Beach features a wide variety of coral with several sand flats that make it ideal for diver training. Entry can be by boat or via a stairway built into the artificial shoreline. Depths range from standing depth to 30m+.

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Outhouse Beach

Apra Beach (aka Outhouse Beach) is a popular training site for beginner dive classes. A wide variety of fish frequent this location. It is also a great night dive for divers of all levels.

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Lunar Scape

North end of Luminao Reef. Popular reef dive by boat as it is common to see big pelagic fish and occasional sharks. Best done as a drift dive and always from a boat.

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