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Dive sites nearby

Barge Reef

Drift along the Glass Breakwater from Val Bomber to American Tanker. The barges were dropped here when the breakwater was created in the mid-1940’s. Colorful soft and hard corals along the wreckage and a variety of reef fish. Elephant Ear Sponges are abundant

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Val Bomber (Wreck)

Apra Harbor, 25-100’. The Japanese Val bomber sits in 85’ laying against side of the sloping reef. There are also numerous barges in shallow water that can be explored on the same dive. Sunk during the liberation of Guam, July 1944

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Harley Reef

Harley reef Is a nice and easy dive site for all divers to enjoy! The Harley itself sits in roughly 15 feet of water along the breakwater wall in Apra Harbor. Starting at 15’ with a nice sloping reef down to 110’, it is a great dive site for all levels. Check out the Val Bomber and Barge Reef – both nearby.

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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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Seabee Junkyard

Apra Harbor, 35-140’ A Plateau along the breakwater with many bulldozers and other construction equipment left by the Seabees when they finished building the breakwater. A small harbor transfer ship and a large bulldozer rest at the bottom of the slope 130.

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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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RMS Scotia (Wreck)

Once the fastest westbound transatlantic voyager, the RMS Scotia was a British passenger liner. Operated by the Cunard Line, it was an ocean-going paddle steamer that was converted into a twin-screw cable layer in 1879.

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Ron’s Reef

Usually done as a drift dive, starting at The Scotia, or First Beach, then due west out of the harbor. Only accessible by boat, and divers must be very aware of boats transiting overhead. Clear water and a wide variety of fish are found here.

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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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Vecki Reef

Dive near the mouth of the harbor at this beautiful reef. This site slopes from a shallow reef flat, down to 130+ feet deep. It is accessible by boat only. This site is very easy and has great visibility for all divers.

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