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Sea star wreck

Sea star wreck

The Sea Star (previously known as The Emmanuelle) was sunk in April 2002. Measuring 55m long, the wreck is now spilt into two parts and lies in a depth of 27m. An opening was made into the cargo hold, from the deck, before she was sunk and offers relatively easy penetration for those wishing to explore inside.  

The wreck is home to many fish species such as schools of snappers hovering over the deck and crustaceans including the largest rainbow crab in the region! More experienced divers can explore the kitchen, crew quarters and wheelhouse! 

The Sea Star (previously known as The Emmanuelle) was sunk in April 2002. Measuring 55m long, the wreck is now spilt into two parts and lies in a depth of 27m. An opening was made into the cargo hold, from the deck, before she was sunk and offers relatively easy penetration for those wishing to explore inside.  

The wreck is home to many fish species such as schools of snappers hovering over the deck and crustaceans including the largest rainbow crab in the region! More experienced divers can explore the kitchen, crew quarters and wheelhouse! 

The Sea Star (previously known as The Emmanuelle) was sunk in April 2002. Measuring 55m long, ...

Other information

Depth
  • Maximum 30
  • Maximum 40
  • Maximum 35
  • Maximum 25
Visibility
15m +
Required scuba diving level / certification
Intermediate to Advanced

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Reef Oasis Viva Bahamas

Bahamas | Caribbean
Reef Oasis Viva Bahamas

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Located within an upscale resort on the island of Grand Bahama, the Reef Oasis Viva Bahamas offers a wide range of dive courses, specialties and services for all diver levels, ranging from Discover Scuba ...

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Sea star wreck