Anker Wreck (Menjangan Island) / Indonesia

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Nobody knows for sure the name of this small sunken vessel. It is also unknown if the vessel had the name and how it appeared in this region. Anker Wreck is called this way due to the anchor that lies at 8m/26ft depth. From the anchor down the slope there is an anchor chain that runs into 35-50m/114-164ft depth. At the end of the chain there are the remnants of the vessel. Its cargo and covered with gorgonarias ship parts are scattered everywhere.

Location: to the west of Bali Island, the Java Sea

What to see: wrecks, and marine species like barracudaы, morays and whitetip sharks, snappers etc.

Depth: 35-50m/114-164ft

Currents: 1knot

Visibility: 10-30m/32-98ft

Season for diving: May to November is the best period. The water temperature ranges between 24-29C/75-84F.


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