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Hardeep Wreck (SS Suddhadib)

The Hardeep Wreck, also known as the Steamship Suthathip, is an iconic dive site in Samaesarn, situated in the Gulf of Thailand. This famous spot originates from World War II, as it was sunk by an allied bomber in June 1945. Resting on her starboard side at a depth of 25 meters, the Hardeep Wreck offers an enchanting underwater adventure.

Divers exploring this site can expect to encounter a variety of marine life, including blue-spotted stingrays, nudibranchs, turtles, angelfish, pufferfish, porcupine fish, and scorpionfish. While sightings of majestic whale sharks above the wreck are rare, they have been witnessed by fortunate divers.

Located in the channel between Koh Chuang and Koh Rong Nang, it is advisable to plan dives during neap tide or spring tide to avoid strong currents. To ensure a safe descent and ascent, utilizing a reference line is highly recommended.

With a maximum depth of 26 meters and an average visibility of 7 meters, the Hardeep Wreck is a dive site suitable for advanced and expert divers. Its historical significance and thriving marine ecosystem make it an enticing destination for divers seeking unique experiences in the Gulf of Thailand.

Last updated: 10 mo. ago - Oct 2, 2023

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