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Base 1 Muck Site

Located at the northern end of Tulagi Harbour in the Solomon Islands, this dive site holds historical significance as the former base for the US Combat Engineers (SEEBEES) during World War II. The area is filled with remnants from that era, including landing craft, munitions, small cargo ships, fishing boats, and aircraft parts, creating a captivating underwater landscape known as "muck."

In addition to these fascinating relics, divers can also encounter a diverse array of marine life in this environment. From an abundance of critters to large plate corals and juvenile sweetlips, this dive site offers an incredible underwater experience for divers of all levels.

With a maximum depth of 24m and visibility reaching up to 9m, this dive site is suitable for both beginner and advanced divers. Whether you're just starting your diving journey or seeking a new adventure, exploring this dive site in Tulagi, Central Province, Solomon Islands is a must-visit location.

Last updated: 8 mo. ago - Oct 3, 2023

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Overview of Base 1 Muck Site

Visibility: 0m - 9m
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