Dive Sites

American Tanker

The American Tanker is a large concrete barge that was used during World War II to transport war materials from the United States to Guam. During the construction of the breakwater, after World War II, Read more…

Amphitheater

Located on the ocean side of Cabras island, the Amphitheater features a large rounded and layered area in the reef that resembles an underwater amphitheater. Sharks, tuna, turtles and baracuda are commonly seen here. The Read more…

Amtrak

This could be either a beach or boat dive, but the walk from the beach is a long one, and finding the Amtrak can be difficult. From the beach, park at the Agat cemetery and Read more…

Anae Caverns

A short ride from the Agat Marina lies Anae Caverns. “Penetrating” the cavern doesn’t require any special certification as the exit can clearly be seen from the entrance, but please use caution anytime you’re entering Read more…

Asan Cut

Entry and exit can be difficult when diving Asan Cut from shore, it is recommended that divers unfamiliar with this site only attempt a dive here with a buddy experienced with this location. Either way Read more…

Barge Reef

This World War ll era barge sits upright on top of a small reef in Apra Harbor. The reef begins at 50 feet and slopes down on all sides to a 120-foot sandy bottom. Large Read more…

Barracuda Rock

Barracuda Rock is a clear water dive off the Orote Point Peninsula. This site was named for a school of barracuda that used to be in the area in the early 1980’s. They have since Read more…

Bile Bay

Bile Bay (pronounced Billy) has been a popular divesite for years. It features an easy beach entry, shallow depths, and calm waters. The easiest beach entry is on the eastern end of the bay, where Read more…