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Shore Diving in Umatac, Guam

Shore Diving in Umatac, Guam

There is a very enjoyable dive to the South. Umatac, in Southern Guam, is the area where Magellan landed in 1521. This dive location is located in a residential cul-de-sac, just North of Umatac Bay. The entrance to this dive takes divers over sharp coral and fire...
AMTRAC Coordinates

AMTRAC Coordinates

Many divers have headed out to look for the Amtrak, and never found it. Here are the coordinates: AMTRAC (CEMETARY WALL, AGAT) NAVIGATION Head out at 300 degrees to the end of the pipe. Tie up the flag at that point and head due west, 270 degrees The trip takes about...
Diving Gab Gab II

Diving Gab Gab II

No doubt, Gab Gab II is one of the most popular and most enjoyable dives on Guam. Because of the feeder stations placed by the Atlantis submarine tour, there are thousands of reef fish, sometimes nurse sharks, eels, octopus, nudibranchs and etc. It’s always a...
Diving at the Guam Marine Laboratory

Diving at the Guam Marine Laboratory

Written by C. Parker Van Hecke, MDA Scuba Instructor Diving at the University of Guam Marine Laboratory is a coveted entry on a divers’ log. Great care must be taken when diving on the Pacific Ocean side of Guam, as the currents and surf are problematic most of the...
Asan Cut

Asan Cut

Another signature dive on Guam is Asan Cut, just one mile from the MDA Dive Shop. Asan Cut is adjacent to the War In The Pacific Park on Marine Corps Drive, in Asan, Guam. It is a popular fishing and diving area. Fishermen and divers all have a right to use these...
Free Guam Shore Dives

Free Guam Shore Dives

Written by C. Parker Van Hecke, MDA Scuba Instructor MDA has “free” guided shore dives every weekend led by us, Parker Van Hecke and Kim Harris! We are PADI Certified Master Scuba Diver Trainers and Instructors.  But one of our favorite things in scuba is having the...