Blue Holes diving

    Xlendi Bay Gozo, Malta

    "Val" Bomber Guam, Micronesia

    The Japanese "Val" Bomber is a plane located on a sloping wall that starts in 30'/10m and it rests in 85'/28m with one wing intact and other wing laying about 30'/10m to the side. The divesite is very close to the American Tanker. This dive is very easy and can be done by taking the first 10 minutes…

    American Tanker Wreck Guam, Micronesia

    The "American Tanker" is actually a large 300+ ft concrete barge. Recentinformation found on the internet indicates that in late 1944 the barges wereloaded in Honolulu with war supplies, and then towed to Guam from Honolulu by the USSBannock and Arikara. Later they were put into position on the…

    Gun Beach Guam, Micronesia

    Located in the North of Piti Bomb Holes, this beach dive is started and ended by walking in ankle-to-knee-deep water perpendicular to the beach, along a thigh-width pipe. At the wave-break zone, this pipe is at the bottom of a rip-current notch in the reef. Fortunately, the pipe has rough joints at…

    Family Beach Guam, Micronesia

    Family Beach, located near Outhouse Beach, is idyllic beach diving. it is within Apra Harbor, thereby guaranteeing that during most weather it is divable. Unlike Outhouse Beach, it is fairly brightly lit, with moderately well developed corals and moderately abundant sea life. Parking is alongside a…

    Finger Reef Guam, Micronesia

    Like Outhouse Beach and Family Beach, Finger Reef is inside Apra Harbor, and therefore divable even when rough weather threatens to make most of Guam's divesites undivable. There, the similarity ends. Finger Reef is an extremely well-developed reef wall along the opposite side of Apra Harbor, much…

    Gab Gab Guam, Micronesia

    Located in Naval Station on the western coast of Guam, Gab Gab Beach is in a restricted naval base so only military personnel will have access to Gab Gab Beach. The beach is great for snorkelers, and beginning and experienced divers. You can do a beach entry or come in off a boat. You’ll find…

    Outhouse Beach Guam, Micronesia

    Outhouse Beach is a favorite spot for SCUBAcertification dives. On a typical day, five to ten SCUBA companies' vans will be gathered at this site, busy conducting PADI Open Water certification dives. This should not, however, be taken as a sign that the site is exceptionally pretty. In fact, it is…

    Kitsugawa Maru Guam, Micronesia

    To the west of the Tokai Maru lies a third huge shipwreck, the Japanese freighter Kitsugawa Maru - another casualty of the days prior to the US invasion of Guam in 1944. Torpedoed by the submarine USS Seahorse, she was towed into the harbor for repairs and, while at anchor, was attacked by bombs and…

    Hap's Reef Guam, Micronesia

    Hap's Reef is a well-developed coral mound several hundred yards offshore, in roughly 30'~40' of water, with flat terrain and shallow sandy valleys surrounding it. It is generally accessed by boat, and is a favorite 'second dive of the day" after diving the nearby Blue Hole.

    Togomon Bay Guam, Micronesia

    When you enter the water set your compass to the buoy and there will be a ledge with a 6 foot drop off. Just hop in here and descend and head toward the buoy. Along the way the clarity will not be great (due to the water treatment plant). Just keep swimming and eventually it will clear up and you…

    The Empire Gladstone New South Wales, Australia

    Wrecked on the night of September 5th 1950 the ship measured 135 metres long and weighed over 7000 tonnes. She now lies in 10 metres of water just off Merimbula. Though mostly collapsed you are still able to swim through the drive shaft passage and explore around the wreckage which has turned into a…
    School of Grunts

    The Aquarium Lighthouse Reef, Belize

    Usually the last dive of the day, the shallow water meaning a long bottom time to look for lots of fish and small creatures in the arches, tunnels and swim throughs.
    Located at the beach front of Penguin Divers Dahab
    Reef table with nice reef around.