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One of the coolest dive sites I've been to! Coron has a lot of shipwrecks, pretty cool right? my cousins and I were kidding around that we should look for treasure! Wouldn't that be cool?️
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The Skeleton Wreck is one of the most popular snorkeling spots in Coron Bay. I wanted to see the wreck up close but I read somewhere that you have to have a diver's license in order to use your scuba gear to see the ship. So we just used the snorkeling gear Two Seasons provided us (inclusive of their tour package). It was really freaky when I finally saw the WW2 wreck. Can you imagine what happened when it first sank??? Or how many people died or if there were survivors? Kinda gave me chills. We also fed the fish there and saw a lot of marine life. There were a lot of sea urchins though.. Kept on kicking around every time I realized I was approaching one. Didn't really help.
I was just kind of annoyed with how many boats there were. Our boat was a bit far from where the wreck was but there was another boat directly on top of where the freaking shipwreck was. Like why??? It made staring at the skeleton wreck so difficult and hazardous! Our heads kept on hitting their boat. I think they should do something about the number of visitors and their boats so everyone can enjoy the beauty of the snorkeling spot.
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The Skeleton Wreck is one of the shallowest shipwreck sites in Coron. Pasok sa banga for beginner divers! It has a maximum depth of 22 meters. Just by snorkeling, one can see the upper part of the boat. Freaky ! It was called as such because the only parts left were the stringers of steel-hulled boat, ribs and keel.
Various fishes and corals can be found around the area too.
We were just swimming around it with our life vest, snorkeling gears and underwater cam and there it is! School of fishes are swimming with us . The boatmen are giving them some food like bread and rice so ang saya nila .
The black, dark openings of the fish boat is kinda scary. Parang may biglang lalabas at hihila sa yo . Or baka .
We spend like 30-40 minutes here just snorkeling. It's part of the Coron island tour we got where u get to visit 5-6 islands in a day.
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