Wreck dive

Tasu Wreck

TASU II Wreck (18m-26m/60ft-85ft): The TASU II was a 200-ton Taiwanese fishing vessel, deliberately sunk in 1994 as an artificial reef. Sitting upright in a well-protected area, this wreck is home to many types of reef fish and provides protection for juveniles. There is a great variety of macro subjects such as nudibranchs, popcorn shrimp, bubble coral shrimp, orangutan crab, pipefish and garden eels. The 25+ years that she has been submerged has allowed many hard and soft corals, fans, black corals and sponges to encrust her surfaces inside and out.