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St. Anthony was a 65 foot long shrimp boat famous because of the many sea turtles inside the cabins and v-berth.
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St. Anthony Wreck: Just off shore from the Renaissance Wailea Beach Resort (Mokapu Beach), this fishing trolley was sunk in 60 feet of water in October 1997, amidst an artificial reef. An abundance of sea life has taken up residency on and around the boat. Two frog fish took up residency on deck, nicknamed "The Captain" and "Little Buddy". Turtles leisurely swim to the surface for air and then settle back down on the deck of the St. Anthony while schools of Weke, goat fish, circle and dart synchronistical around the divers. This dive profile is 60 foot for 30 minutes.
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