The LST at Subic Bay was probably sunk as a target sometime during the 1950`s. The superstructure at the rear is a tangle of metal, but the rest of the ship is pretty much intact and a great wreck dive. You are on the main deck at about 28 meters, the ship is on the sand at 34 meters. There are many large open spaces for penetrations and small spaces for advanced penetrations.
The Philippines has a ton of dive sites, but I mainly go to Subic Bay and Coron to dive the wrecks. I could describe the various dive sites, but you can learn much more about the diving and surrounding area by going to the web sites below. I have been to Subic Bay at least five times and I really enjoy the diving and surrounding area. My last trip was in October 2007. You can see photos of diving at Subic and Coron in the photo section of my profile. I can also send you a PowerPoint slide show about the wrecks at Coron.
Web sites for general information on Coron
For dive shops or resorts, try
For Subic Bay, try
Let me know if you need more info