Val Bomber

Val Bomber


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This Japanese warplane rests on a reef that slopes from 30 feet to the bottom of the harbor at 110 feet. The plane lies upside down with its engine in 90 feet of water. Only one wing is still attached. The other lies approximately 20 yards away from the body of the plane.

This is an easy wreck to visit and divers can spend the rest of their dive on the shallow reef directly above the plane. This reef offers various interesting coral formations and reef fish.

This site is approximately 200 yards east of the American Tanker.

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