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P-Moss wrote a review Jan 2016
Toronto, Canada5 contributions4 helpful votes
This dive is about as easy and relaxing as it gets. My guide was Neptune Divers, and the boat ride was 5 minutes from the pick up point to the dive. This was the 2nd dive of the day. The wreck is in 60 ' of water, sitting upright. Divers can swim throughout the wreck - watch out for sharp pieces of metal. The vessel is a former cable laying ship, and you can access the bridge, the holds, engine room, etc. The ship is about 70 ' long (my guess), and sitting in an open area of sand, so divers can independently explore with no worry of getting lost or separated. There is a nearby reef with a number of crevices. I would recommend this to any diver who has not experienced a wreck dive before trying the nearby Kittiwake, which is huge (251 ') and busy. We were the only dive group at the site.
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Date of experience: January 2016
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Jstinger wrote a review Sep 2015
Memphis, Tennessee665 contributions93 helpful votes
Nice wreck site for photography skills. Corals with fish mixed in, lucky to see a octopus. Cleaner stations near site for grouper fun.
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Date of experience: July 2015
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lajollabob wrote a review Jun 2006
Agoura Hills, California60 contributions107 helpful votes
November, 2005. Sam told me that there was a good wreck – the “Doc Polson” - in West Bay. Consequently, during this morning’s surface interval, Logan, Bill, Monica, and I lobbied to have our second dive be on this 80-foot wreck of a Japanese cable layer resting in 56 feet of water. This turned out to be a great dive lasting 41 minutes, and we were able to penetrate the wreck from stem to stern, as well as entering the wheelhouse. On the upper deck near the bow in front of the superstructure we found a good-sized – between four and five feet in length - green and brown Moray Eel. He kept ducking his head inside his lair, so I went around in back, where I found about a foot of his tail sticking out. I gave it a tweak so that he would stick his head out the other side and give the other divers a look. However, he suddenly whirled around so that I found myself face-to-face with him. I beat a hasty retreat, but when he calmed down I went back to gave him another tweak. This had the desired result, enabling the others to get a good view of him as he poked his head out. There were lots of other fish around the wreck, including huge French Angels, making it a fine dive.
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