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Seabee Junkyard

The Seabee Junkyard is about 200 yards past the entrance area for the American Tanker. This area was used as a dumping ground after WWII for a variety of equipment used in construction projects on Guam. Numerous bulldozers, wheeled equipment and large piping systems make this an interesting dive. For Read more…

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Sharks Pit

Sharks Pit was once a Navy dumping ground. The area is littered with debris including cafeteria trays, anchors, bottles, live ammunition, jeeps, wheels and landing craft. Sharks were frequent visitors to this area when it offered food scraps, but it is rare to see one now. There is a large Read more…

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Tokai Maru

The Tokai Maru was built in 1930 as a Japanese passenger ship and freighter. It is 440 feet long and 60 feet wide and has four diesel engines and five cargo holds. The Tokai was damaged by the USS Flying Fish and later sunk by the USS Snapper (both United States’ fleet submarines) in World War Read more…

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Val Bomber

Val was the Allied designation for the Japanese Aichi D3A during World War II. The plane now rests upside down at approximately 100 feet. Its left wing rests about 40 feet from the main wreck toward the north east. Remember to monitor your air consumption and bottom time, as this Read more…

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Veckies Reef

Located just outside Apra Harbor, conditions must to be just right to dive here due of strong currents and its proximity to the shipping channel. Please take care to listen to and follow your captain’s briefing when diving this site. Turtles, octopuses and blacktips can frequently be seen amongst the Read more…

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Western Shoals

Western Shoals was once the most popular harbor dive, but the last several typhoons have left it severely damaged in some areas. It is slowly recovering, however, and still offers a great dive. Western Shoals is an easy dive, is easily accessible, and has consistently good diving. It has a Read more…