Scuba diving in D9 Wreck
The D9 wreck was built in the 1930s to serve as a bucket dredge. Later it was sold and converted to a suction dredge to help excavate channels in the Kwinana area in Australia. Official reports state that it sank during a big storm, but rumors say it was sunk intentionally for insurance reasons. The ship is 50m/164ft long and is in a good condition to be penetrated.
When to go
The most favorable conditions for diving at the D9 wreck are from November to March, but the site is accessible year-round. The water temperatures range from 16-23C/61-73F throughout the year
What to see
Divers have a high chance of spotting boxfish, gobbleguts, bullseyes, and stripeys in and around the D9 wreck. Other marine life includes sea horses and red warratah anemones.
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