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Crocodilefish on the Camia Wreck, Philippines dive site - courtesy of Carsten Sørensen
Batfish on the Camia Wreck, Philippines dive site - courtesy of Carsten Sørensen
Deck of the Camia Wreck, Philippines dive site - courtesy of Carsten Sørensen
Deck of the Camia Wreck, Philippines dive site - courtesy of Carsten Sørensen
Mast on the Camia Wreck, Philippines dive site - courtesy of Carsten Sørensen
Mast on the Camia Wreck, Philippines dive site - courtesy of Carsten Sørensen
Railings on the Camia Wreck, Philippines dive site - courtesy of Carsten Sørensen
Batfish on the Camia Wreck, Philippines dive site - courtesy of Carsten Sørensen

Scuba Diving in Boracay, the Philippines

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Dive Site: Camia Wreck

Location: 11°57'6.91"N; 121°54'31.36"E (Boracay White Beach, Panay, West Visayas, Philippines)

Description: Cargo Boat

Depth: 18 - 30 metres (60 - 100 feet), average depth: 28 metres (92 feet)

Visibility: 10 - 25 metres (30 - 80 feet)

Rating: ***

10 minutes sailing time from White Beach in a Philippine motorboat. February was 24°C at the surface and 20°C on the bottom with an air temperature of 28°C. Lots of fish including black banded pipefish, stonefish and an eel.

The dive starts on a shot. The Camia is Boracay's house wreck. It is a 30 metre-long cargo boat that was sank as a fish attraction device in January 2001. It has since developed very nicely as an artificial reef.

Carsten Sørensen



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