This 30m (100ft) long freighter lies upright from 53m (160ft) and is only partially intact. The aft hold carries trucks and road supplies whilst sake bottles can be found here too. The superstructure is awe-inspiring and covered with brightly coloured sponges.
A 97m (300ft) long Japanese Destroyer. She sits upright in 38m (130ft) of water rising up to 21m (75ft). Covered in marine life she is a pleasure to dive.
Resting on her port side, though almost completely intact despite repeated bombings, the Yamagiri freighter still contains many artillery shells and ammunition.
A KD 6 A (I-168) Class, 102 metre long submarine, resting upright at a maximum depth of 43 metres.
140m (430ft) long she lays on her port side in 34m (120ft). Once a luxury passenger vessel she was converted to a cargo vessel in wartime. Exploration of her holds turns up a range of supplies from beer bottles to guns. The upper deck reaches to an easily diveable depth of 10m (30ft).
At a depth of 50m (160ft) the Nippo is an intriguing dive site best suited to tec divers. The holds contain antitank guns and 5inch guns, mines and a tank, whilst the bridge, helm and superstructure have attracted a plethora of silver sweepers.
A large oil tanker, now rests upright on the bottom encrusted with corals, sponges and hydroids. From the bridge you can see into the engine room whilst the galley still holds many utensils on the large stove. Small guns, mounted fore and aft are also covered with corals making this one of the most colourful and spectacular wrecks to be found in Truk.