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Kitsugawa Maru (Wreck)

The Kits, a Japanese freighter, sank in July 1944 and is now resting upright at the bottom of Apra Harbor in 140 feet of water. The shipwreck is a popular dive site, attracting advanced and expert divers with its intact large bow gun and depths of up to 115 feet on the deck. The masts extend to a depth of approximately 50 feet below the surface. While exploring the wreck, divers can spot jacks, snapper, and whip blennies amidst the h-mast covered in thriving hard corals and shellfish. Keep an eye out for fascinating marine life encounters such as turtles and the occasional eagle ray.

Please note that to fully enjoy this boat dive at The Kits, divers must hold advanced certification and possess deep diving experience. The maximum depth reaches 34 meters, with visibility averaging 11 meters. Located in the United States, specifically at Tokai Maru, Glass Breakwater Access Road, Port of Guam, Piti Municipality, Guam, this dive site offers an exciting and memorable underwater adventure for diving enthusiasts.

Last updated: 8 mo. ago - Oct 2, 2023

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Visibility: 0m - 11m
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