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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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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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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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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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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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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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Blue & White

An extremely clear water drop-off outside the Glass Breakwater. Upper reef flats start at 30’ with severe drop-off. Accessible by boat only, always a possibility of strong currents.Photographers love this site for wide-angle and macro pics.

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Spanish Steps

A great snorkel site by shore via Navy Base Guam, this dive is almost always done by boat and usually as a drift dive starting within the cove and then following the currents either to the north or south. Super clear water and home to schooling bait fish and small squid. Check out the carpet anemone in about 60’

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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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