Scuba diving in Malayan Wreck

Access
From Boat
Diver level
Advanced
Depth
Average: 32.8 ft
Maximum: 72.16 ft
Current
Strong
Visibility
Average: 16.4 ft
Maximum: 32.8 ft

Malayan Wreck is a dive site near Tubbataha Reef, which features a sunken ship. Nowadays it is covered with hard and soft corals and is full of diverse marine life.

When to go

March till June are considered to be the best months for diving around Malayan Wreck. The water temperature averages 26-28C/85-92F, and the air typically stays around 27-30C/89-98F.

What to see

This wreck houses some large fish species such as tuna, eagle rays, moray eels and giant groupers. Divers can also spot angelfish, parrotfish, butterflyfish and numerous tiny tropical fish of all colors swimming past brain corals, sponges and purple fans. Other inhabitants of Malayan Wreck include flatworms, crabs, lobsters and starfish.


Reachable from

Puerto Princesa

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