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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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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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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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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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Crevice

Large “canyon“ starting at 60’, visibility 100’+, with Sea Fans along the walls. Schools of barracuda and some sharks are occasionally seen. Accessible by boat only with a possibility of currents. This shallow plateau is suitable for all divers, and extended range divers will love the deep wall.

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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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Blue Hole - Guam

Blue Hole is a very unusual dive on a natural limestone plateau. A vertical shaft begins at 60’ with a large “window“ opening at 125’. Drift dives are possible. You must be an experienced Deep diver to “shoot the hole“. Great vis and the 30 to 60’ plateau make this a popular site for all divers.

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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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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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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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