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SMS Cormoran

SMS Cormoran

The SMS Cormoran Depth: 120 ft The SMS Cormoran lays in 120 feet of water on her left (port) side directly beside the Tokai Maru which was sunk in 1943. The easiest way to reach the Cormoran is to follow the midsection hull of the Tokai Maru over the side until you...
Barracuda Rock

Barracuda Rock

Barracuda Rock Depth: 15 – 60 feet Barracuda Rock is known for its great visibility and an occasional shark or two, but not barracuda. This site was named for a school of barracuda that used to be in the area in the early 1980’s. Odds are you will see several Turtles,...
Harley Reef

Harley Reef

Harley Reef Depth: 15 ft Thanks to the professionals at Guam Harley-Davidson for their identification of the 1944/45 WLA Flathead. This is a great dive and unique photo op for Harley-Davidson enthusiasts.  Little is known as to just how the Harley ended up at its...
Kitsugawa Maru

Kitsugawa Maru

Kitsugawa Maru Depth: 65-130 feet The Kitsugawa Maru (Kitz) was sunk while at anchor by torpedo bombing attacks during the pre-invasion campaign. Due to her engine room flooding and settling to the bottom quickly, she sits upright with the bow facing to the east. The...
American Tanker

American Tanker

American Tanker Depth: 40 – 120 feet Follow the mooring line down and you will see the impending shape of the tanker. It is important to follow the line to the tanker, there have been several divers who were unable to locate the American Tanker due to the limited...
Blue Hole

Blue Hole

BLUE HOLE Guam’s premier dive site Just 20 minutes from the dock at Cabras Marina is the most requested dive site on Guam. It’s called the Blue Hole because it is a crater in the reef. The amazing part is the heart shape to the opening at the top of the hole. You may...