The wreck, about 20 meters long, is located 15m from the beach, between a sublime coral reef and sandy slope. Japanese Wreck rests beteen 6 and 12 meters, but because of its shallow depth, its also popular with snorkelers. Its waters are rich in nutrients and there is an abundance of marine life, due to an area of strong current along the reef. The wreck lies on sand and visibility can be reduced if the weather conditions are not at their best. Consisting of hundreds of hard and soft coral formations you plenty to see including Fusiliers, Rabbit Fish, Catfish and Giant Pufferfish.
Mixed hard corals growing amongst the rocks and boulders, lots of Staghorn and barrel sponges, table, pillar and brain corals. You will find colourful Christmas tree worms living amongst the lobe coral as well as Juvenile Harlequin Sweetlips, Parrotfish, Bannerfish and Juvenile Batfish. We often see Banded Sea Snakes and leaf scorpionfish.
Read What Our Customers Say!
“This dive centre in Amed has great staff and dive leaders. International standards-based and flexible to meet your needs complemented by Diving Professionals who are friendly and know the local dive sites. They have their own gear, own vehicles, air filling station and accommodation next door with a pool and garden surrounds that make it an all round great place to stay and explore from.”