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Seabee Piers (a.k.a. Japanese Fuel Piers) is a shore accessible salt water dive site, located in Guam, United States Minor Outlying Islands. This dive site has an average rating of 3.67 out of 5 from 3 scuba divers. The maximum depth is 121-130ft/37-40m. The average visibility is 31-35ft/9-11m.

These piers were built by the U.S. Navy Seabees in late 1944 to moor supply ships. The entire area was used as a supply base for the planned invasion of Japan. Unfortunately the piers are almost completely rusted away. This site is also known as the Japanese Fuel Piers due to the area being used by the Japanese to store and fuel pontoon planes during the occupation of Guam; but none of the original piers exist today. However, you can find the wreckage of two World War II Seaplanes in the vicinity of the site. (Site Map on website linked to page) As well as the World War II wreckage the site offers several coral formations. All in all plenty to see.

To get to the site, you must have access to the Naval Base. Once on the base, follow the main road until you get to the Sumay Cove marina. Instead of following the road uphill to Gabgab beach, continue straight past the Coast Guard building.

You can access the site from either side of the piers. The western pier requires you to cross over the erosion control rocks (boulders) making it a mildly challenging entry and exit. The eastern pier has a small trail leading from the parking area through the trees to the shore; this entry is much easier.

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