This is a great wreck dive and there is enough to see for 5-8 dives. Most of the dives are pretty deep. The Lady is at 145 feet, the engine room at 150 feet, swimming pool at 180 feet and the stern at 200+ feet. You should have good buoyancy, be comfortable in wrecks and have reasonable air consumption to dive this wreck. The dives are fun and if you go with right dive shop you will feel totally comfortable. Ask your dive shop about the night dive to see the flashlight fish, it is spectacular.
There are three major dive shops in town. I visited each one. I immediately ruled Aquamarine Divers out because I read a report that one of their customers had died diving the wreck. When I talked to them it was a bit sketchy what had happened. I dove one day with Santo Island Divers and was not pleased with the operation. (see my review under their name) I ended up diving five days with Allan Powers and I would highly recommend their shop for all divers (see my review under their name)
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