Wreck dive locally called the Hagabat Wreck or Bohol Divers Wreck. Usually starts with a descent down a line close to a wall and then down the slope to the wreck. The top of the wreck is at 28M and the bow of the wreck is at 37M.
Fish that can be found here are sweetlips, tuna, frogfish, and huge lionfish, amongst others. It’s a lovely dive.
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