RMS Scotia

Depth Range 20-120 ftWeather82.745.75 mphsse

The RMS Scotia was a British steam-powered paddle passenger liner operated by the Cunard Line. In 1863 she won the Blue Riband for the fastest westbound transatlantic voyage. She sank off of Guam in March of 1904, twenty-five years after being converted into a cable layer.

She has mostly broken up over the years however larger pieces of her hull and steam engine can still be seen in about 30 feet of water off of the breakwater, just outside of Apra Harbor.

Dive Details Certification Open WaterDepth Range 20-120 ftVisibility Range 40 - 80 ftAccess BoatHazards Strong currents are possible here. Take care not to drift into the chipping channel.