Diving Vanuatu Sites

Diving Vanuatu Sites

Scuba diving in Vanuatu has never been easier with so many diving Vanuatu sites to choose from. Nautilus Watersports have the only purposely build dive boat here in Port Vila with a sundeck, toilet on board and a great dive platform, what better way to travel to so many dive sites. With so many diving Vanuatu sites to choose from where does one start?

Diving Vanuatu Sites

Nautilus Watersports is able to offer wreck dives, reef dives, cavern dives & drift dives, a different dive site each time you come for a dive.

So why not check out the Star of Russia which is 83 mtrs in length and 13 mtrs in breadth, this grand old lady now rests in Port Vila Harbor. Follow the buoyed line to depth of 33 mtrs take a leisurely swim through the body of the ship which again, due to the rotting away of the teak decking, is perfectly safe for penetration. Build of bolted iron plates (shiplap style), this hull is intact with a romantic shapely bow. A great shipwreck to enjoy and quite definitely of historical interest, the “Star of Russia” was built by Harlan and Wolff of Belfast (also famous for the construction of the Titanic).
Or if you are not in to wrecks then another diving Vanuatu sites would be the Cathedral a spectacular cavern dive that is located at the tip of Pango point a vast cavern has formed which makes a spectacular dive, maximum depth 26 mtrs inside the cavern with shaft of light creating an unusual effect. It is possible to swim right through to the back of the cave to be amazed by the light display, don’t forget to explore the walls as your are traveling in and out of the Cathedral as you will be surprised at what you will find, hidden in the crevasses of the walls some of the wonder underwater life you will come across are fire clams, plantar shrimp, nudibranchs and plenty of other amazing critters.

Diving Vanuatu Sites

So remember next time you are planning to go scuba diving in Vanuatu check out our friendly staff here at Nautilus Watersports.

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For More Information: Diving@vanuatu.com.vu

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