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Drift dive with possibility of high currents and surge. Schools of parrot fish, sharks, large pelagic fish, and some of Guam’s most pristine corals. A great dive that can only be accessed by a long boat ride and only when the seas are most calm.

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Northern reef from 10-130’ Sloping wall with sand channels, overhangs, and small sharks, barracudas, and unusual rock formations. Named for the occasional Napoleon Wrasse that may be seen here. The super clear water can only be accessed by boat and is usually done as a drift.

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Sloping reef (10-130’) on the NW corner of Guam. Drift dive with possibility of high currents and is best for Advanced to Expert divers, except for the calmest conditions. Barracuda, sharks, large pelagic fish, sea whips & hard corals. Super-clear water makes this a great drift dive!

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Northern coral reef extending out from cliff line. Schooling fish, clear water, and great coral formations. A natural opening in the reef that starts at 35’ and exits at 45’. Caverns and sand channels abound in the area.

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Northern dive site. 10-70’ coral reef with schooling fish, clear water, and great coral formations. Very easy for all divers & snorkelers and is accessible only by boat. Usually done in the summer months when the winds and seas are calm.

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North site near Uruno point, 15-110’. Lots of surge channels with vertical walls, tunnels, and steep Amphitheater shaped slope. Numerous octopus, large wrasses and parrot fish, and super clear water. This is only accessible by boat in the summer months and usually done as a drift.

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Deep water reef with top at 120’. School of Barracuda, large fish, occasional sharks and rays, sea fans on both ends. Currents. This is a very advanced dive and requires an experienced deep or tech certified diver. Only accessible by boat when the seas are calm.

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South of Haputo Beach, an entrance at 50’ that goes into a large opening in the cliff line with several exit points at the surface (no light needed). Easy for all divers, and a fascinating dive that can only be done by boat.

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North Tumon Bay is popular with beach and boat divers alike. Rich coral growth and an abundance of fish (within the Tumon Marine Preserve) are found here. This site is home to several turtles and frequented by mantas. Depths from 3 to 10 meters.

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usually done as a drift dive from a boat, finishing at Gun Beach. A great dive to view turtles and the occasional ray or even spinner dolphins on some dives. Easy for any level divers on most days.

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