Scuba diving in The Wreck
The Wreck is a charming dive site boasting an abundance of marine life. The ferry was intentionally sunk in 2000 and was converted into an artificial reef for diving. All the hazards were removed from the wreck, and divers can enjoy safe and easy diving at this site. However it is not advisable to penetrate the boat--it is risky due to the silt accumulation in the narrow channels.
When to go
Bocas del Toro has a tropical rainforest climate. The air temperature is approximately the same during the whole year, around 27-29C/80-84F. Water temperatures range between 26-28C/78-82F. This area gets a lot of rain, but the driest months are September, October, February, and March. The wettest months are July, November, and December.
What to see
The Wreck is home to multiple fish species. Snapper, blue tangs, sergeant majors, and mangrove jellyfish are commonly seen here. Occasionally large nurse sharks are spotted at the site.
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