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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, she was sunk. Originally intended to form part of the breakwater, similar to the nearby Read more…

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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 sponge colonies and schooling rainbow runners frequent this reef, which is seldom visited by divers. Read more…

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Gab Gab

The first reef at Gab Gab is a great dive for divers of all ages and experience levels. Stairs with railing make entry and exit quite easy, however, the rock at the bottom of the stairs tends to be quite slippery. Inflate your BCD and enter the water cautiously. From Read more…

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Gab Gab 2

Slightly more challenging than Gab Gab 1, beach diving to Gab Gab II begins with a long snorkel or blue-water dive. The reef is approximately 230 yards directly north of the monument on Gab Gab. The site is used by the Atlantis submarine, which allows tour-ists to view the reef. The Read more…

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Harley Reef

A great dive for a diver of any age or experience level. The motorcycle, believed to be a 1944 Harley Davidson WLA Flathead, sits in 10 feet of water. Nobody knows for sure how the motorcycle came to be here, although numerous theories exist, share yours in the comments!

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Kitsugawa Maru

The “Kitz,” a Japanese freighter, was damaged of the southern coast of Guam during World War 2 and came to Apra Harbor for repairs. She was sunk in the harbor by torpedo bombing attacks during the Marianas Turkeyshoot campaign. Due to her engine room flooding quickly, she sits upright, with Read more…