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A nice WWII Landing Craft and Tank can make a great diving experience easily reached in front of the Maui Prince Hotel.
|Name Dive Site:||Tank and Landing Craft|
|Depth: ||39-59ft (12-18m)|
|Inserted/Added by: ||makena_coast_dive_charters|
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The Tank and Landing Craft dive site is one of the remaining World War II dive sites. These two wrecks are in 60 feet of crystal clear water off the coast of the Maui Prince Resort. Still recognizable after 50 years underwater, eels have taken up residency in the pipes and barrels. A strange mix of weaponry and old amunition are interspersed with a plethora of sea life.
Schools of Weke or goat fish swim around the wreck in synchronistic harmony. Octopus are regularly found here. The short swim from one wreck to the other over a sandy bottom, offers an opportunity to find shells. Fragile, but beautiful, Sea Biscuit's litter the sandy bottom and challenge divers to pick them up without breaking them. The Tank and Landing Craft are offered as a second dive with a profile of 60 feet for 30 minutes.
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