• Distance: 1.5 hours
  • Min. Depth: 18 meters
  • Max. Depth: 32 meters

The Dona Marilyn is a Filipino passenger ferry that sank on the 23rd of October 1988 in Typhoon Rudy. The 98 meter long ferry now lies intact on her starboard side in 32 meters of water, creating a unique artificial reef. Beneath the bow and stern you can find Marble rays and large White tip sharks sleeping. Cuttlefish can also be seen lurking around. The wreck itself is covered in hard, sort and black corals. Other fish life includes scorpion fish, puffers, batfish, sweetlips and various nudibranches. For certified, “wreck divers” it is possible to penetrate the passenger walkways on the port side of the wreck and those interested in completing the wreck specially course can explore the hulls and lower decks. For the more experienced diver.
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