Scuba diving in Skeletton Wreck

From Shore
Diver level
Average: 6 m
Maximum: 25 m
Average: 10 m
Maximum: 15 m

The Skeleton wreck is located at Coron Island in the Philippines. This is a pretty reef for scuba diving with a 25m/82ft-long shipwreck with keel, ribs, and stringers. The ribs of the wreck are almost all that is left from the ship, and that is how it got its name. The shipwreck goes down along the reef from 5m/16ft deep at the bow to 22m/72ft deep at the stern.

When to go

The weather at Coron Island is usually dry and sunny. Diving is available all year round. In general, temperatures here range between 24-33C/75-91F. Rains are possible from July to October. The water temperature varies between 25-31C/77-88F.

What to see

At the Skeleton wreck divers can admire various marine species, including damselfish, lionfish, nudibranchs, parrotfish, and stonefish.

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