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Catuan, Wreck

The "Catuan" is a 33-meter-long tugboat that was intentionally sunk in 2006. Sitting at a maximum depth of 20 meters, this sunken vessel now serves as a stunning underwater habitat. Whether you're a beginner or an advanced diver, the "Catuan" offers a captivating diving experience.

Diving at the "Catuan" provides the opportunity to encounter nurse sharks, big barracudas, and impressive schools of fish. Additionally, moray eels can be spotted in this vibrant underwater ecosystem.

With a depth ranging from 14 to 20 meters, the "Catuan" is an ideal site for divers pursuing the Wreck Specialty certification. Its easy accessibility makes it a safe and enjoyable dive. The wreck's structure allows for clear exits, ensuring divers' safety throughout the exploration. Notably, the captain's house is beautifully overgrown and offers an exciting passage to swim through.

Located at a 45-degree angle on the starboard side, directly on a reef, the "Catuan" presents a unique diving opportunity. This artificial wreck, situated in the waters near Boca Chica, Santo Domingo, 15700, Dominican Republic, is known for attracting majestic barracudas and an array of other large fish species.

Enhanced by a visibility of 16 meters and a maximum depth of 22 meters, the "Catuan" invites divers of all levels to explore its enchanting underwater world. Plan your dive adventure at this remarkable dive site in the Dominican Republic.

Last updated: 8 mo. ago - Oct 4, 2023

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