Scuba diving in Delsan Wreck

From Boat
Diver level
Average: 32.8 ft
Maximum: 98.4 ft
Average: 49.2 ft
Maximum: 98.4 ft

Delsan Wreck features a small sunken ship lying on the south east end of South Atoll. The site houses a nice collection of large fish species and is also popular for the 30m/98ft deep open crack in the coral, known as The Cut, which is full of marine life. This dive site offers great drift diving opportunities, but the current is strong and often exceeds 2 knots.

When to go

The best months to dive this wreck are March through May, although the weather is suitable throughout the whole year. The water tends to be warmer than the air and reaches 28-29C/82-84F. The air usually stays about 26-28C/79-84F.

What to see

Delsan Wreck is a good dive site for spotting reef sharks, turtles and eagle rays. The micro life is very diverse around here and includes colorful nudibranches, shrimps, crabs and myriads of tiny tropical fish. Snappers, sweetlips and frogfish are common here.

Reachable from

Puerto Princesa

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