This is definitely the most accessible wreck dive I’ve ever done. A short walk down to the shore and then a short swim and then you’re there. It’s a pretty big wreck and lots to see. It has a pretty interesting background story as well – it was torpedoed, then pulled up on the beach and then it slid down in the water again from the tremors from a volcano eruption. It’s a great dive for both beginners and advanced divers, with some swim-throughs and a lot of spaces to explore. There’s also plenty of life here as you can see in the video; turtles, napoleons, triggerfish, pufferfish. Being such an accessible dive spot it can get very crowded – so get there early in the morning to avoid the big crowds coming from the southern parts of the island.