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Plan a wreck-dive trip to MIRI

Post Number:#1  Postby reefgarden » Sat Mar 03, 2012 3:39 pm

Are you particular into wreck dive? Here are some info for the wreck dive sites in Miri.

Atago Maru Wreck (15 mins)
A World War II era Japanese warship wreck just off Lutong. The 100 meter ship sits upright with the top deck just 10 meters below the surface. Most of the hull is covered with cave corals. A large moray eel has made its home here and travelly, jacks and barracudas are frequently seen.

Sri Gadong Wreck (1 HR 10 mins)
A small 30 meter cargo ship sits on an 18 meter sand bottom. The whole wreck is teeming with life; jacks, yellow grunts, batfish and barracudas circle the wreck while giant groupers swim in or out of the cargo holds.

Kenyalang Wreck (45 mins)
A decommisioned oil platform sunk as an artificial wreck. A lot of reef fishes.

More info : visit http://www.cocodive.com.my/miri_dive_sites.php#
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Re: Plan a wreck-dive trip to MIRI

Post Number:#2  Postby ejadboulala » Mon Mar 05, 2012 8:56 pm

reefgarden wrote:Are you particular into wreck dive? Here are some info for the wreck dive sites in Miri.

Atago Maru Wreck (15 mins)
A World War II era Japanese warship wreck just off Lutong. The 100 meter ship sits upright with the top deck just 10 meters below the surface. Most of the hull is covered with cave corals. A large moray eel has made its home here and travelly, jacks and barracudas are frequently seen.

Sri Gadong Wreck (1 HR 10 mins)
A small 30 meter cargo ship sits on an 18 meter sand bottom. The whole wreck is teeming with life; jacks, yellow grunts, batfish and barracudas circle the wreck while giant groupers swim in or out of the cargo holds.

Kenyalang Wreck (45 mins)
A decommisioned oil platform sunk as an artificial wreck. A lot of reef fishes.

More info : visit http://www.cocodive.com.my/miri_dive_sites.php#


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Re: Plan a wreck-dive trip to MIRI

Post Number:#3  Postby reefgarden » Thu Mar 15, 2012 12:40 pm

Hi,

Please send your enquiry to us at miri.cocodive@gmail.com to know more about our promotion packages!

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