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16° 26’ 0.4236" N, 85° 51’ 49.1292" W

Sunk for divers in 1987, this 260-foot, 7,000 ton refrigeration ship lies on its starboard side in 105 feet of water. Near to the wreck are several coral pinnacles

Another site that is written about extensively, this is a sunken freighter lying on a sandy shelf next to the barrier wall. Dive guides rank this among the most famous wrecks in the Caribbean. The maximum depth here is 110 feet. Besides the wreck, there is a very nice plateau next door which comes up to a depth of about 45 feet. Macho Paco, a huge tame moray, lives in this wreck. Meanwhile, grouper & yellowtail abound here also, because we feed the fish here. Hammerhead sharks have been spotted here as well. It is one of the most sought-after wrecks in the Caribbean & is likely the most renowned dive site on Guanaja. This site is definitely not for novices. Too deep & a little too tricky. It’s an exhilarating dive you will never forget.



CPR - 6/18/2014 3:05 PM
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This site is actually about 3.5 miles off the south shore of Guanaja in about 110’ of water. It’s a cargo ship lying on its starboard side and is about 170’ long. Visibility is usually about 80 to 150’. It’s a nice wreck dive.

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