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The San Pedro was a decommissioned hospital ship which was scuttled in 1966 offering some white tip reef sharks and many turtles.
|Name Dive Site:||San Pedro|
|Depth: ||49-59ft (15-18m)|
|Inserted/Added by: ||island_divers_hawaii|
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Just a stone throw-away from the YO-257 the San Pedro is a more recent addition of attractions for Atlantis customers, and of course us divers. It is rarely done as the main wreck but as an extra feature on a dive to the YO-257. It used to offer a nice swim-through but the bridge collapsed during a storm. It's still a nice wreck and offers some good photo opportunities.
You can often spot one or two whitetip reef sharks hiding in the wreck or next to it in one of the reef overhangs. It as also a real turtle magnet with five or more often resting on the wreck.
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