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Dive sites nearby

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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Finger Reef

This site is located in Apra Harbor with depths from 5-90 feet. A really nice harbor reef dive for everyone. Sloping corals with many anemones and hundreds of fish. Resident green sea turtles are seen on most dives. A perfect site for all levels of diving and snorkeling.

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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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Western Shoals

This dive is in Apra Harbor. Depth is 10 - 90 feet and is only reachable from a boat. It features a sloping reef with a large variety of corals and thousands of fish. This is a great site for divers of all levels.

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Hidden Reef

Located near the entrance of Apra Harbor, this is a beautiful reef not normally visited by divers and is only accessible by boat. A great variety of pristine corals with a gradually sloping wall to 120 feet/36m. Visibility is usually 40-90 feet/12-27m.

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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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Barracuda Rock - Guam

This dive site is very popular for our local and visiting divers. Located along the Orote peninsula, an occasional barracuda is seen here, but not as frequent as in the past. Depths range from the very shallow to an average depth of 45’ to over 100’, with an average of about 45’.

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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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American Tanker (Wreck)

The American Tanker is a large concrete barge that was used during World War II to transport fuel from the United States to Guam. It was one of five barges that were brought to Guam and the remains of the others can be seen along the breakwater. This is a great boat dive for all diver levels.

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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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