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A small wooden fishing trawler was scuttled near the jetty to encourage coral growth and marine life.
|Name Dive Site:||Jetty Wreck|
|Depth: ||10-20m (32-65ft)|
|Inserted/Added by: ||malaysia_liveaboards|
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The Jetty Wreck is a small wooden fishing boat that was sunk just away from the long jetty as part of an artificial wreck that includes tires and other wooden structures. The wreck is small and of no historical interest but the marine life on it is pretty impressive and it is a very easy, convenient dive.
Divers can grab their gear at any time of day, giant stride off the jetty and follow the guide rope out to the wreck. This is also a great night diving spot. The deepest part of the wreck is at 20m and visibility is around 15m. Fish on the wreck includes schools of batfish and snapper. Scorpionfish and painted frogfish are hidden in several places. At the end of the dive swim back to the jetty and spend some time with the dozens of common lionfish that hang around the jetty pylons. This is a great place to practice photography skills.
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