Scuba diving in Odyssey Wreck
"Odyssey Wreck, a 300ft long and 50ft wide cargo ship, is known as Roatan's largest underwater wreck. This cargo ship was intentionally sunk in November 2002. The bow of the wreck is sitting at an angle of almost 90 degrees, while the superstructure of the stern is sitting at a 30 degree angle, which makes swimming through quite interesting. With stern's many levels of railings and stairways, there are countless opportunities for exploration. Unfortunately, the center section has collapsed from the powerful surge of several cold fronts. "
When to go
Diving in Honduras is possible all year round. An an average water temperature is 27C/81F from January to March, and - 29C/84F from July to September.
What to see
There is not much fish, but divers can see some blue parrot fish, great barracuda and green moray eels, that may be hiding in the different holes of the boat’s walls and deck. The wreck is encrusted with some colorful corals making this site great for underwater photography.