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El Aquila Wreck Dive

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Sandy Bay, Roatan, Honduras
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Awesome dive - did it twice, and would do it again!

I was diving with the Seagrape Diving folks (Cleve and etc). The dive is great: you start near the... read more

Reviewed 27 April 2014
Seattle, Washington
Easy and fun wreck dive

Lot's of friendly grouper and a very friendly green moray (at least to me!). Nearby reef allows... read more

Reviewed 12 April 2014
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Sandy Bay, Roatan, Honduras
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Reviewed 27 April 2014

I was diving with the Seagrape Diving folks (Cleve and etc). The dive is great: you start near the reef, and then swim a bit going down to about 100ft. The boat is split in 3 parts, and you can swim thru some of them....More

1  Thank SickofRain
Reviewed 12 April 2014

Lot's of friendly grouper and a very friendly green moray (at least to me!). Nearby reef allows for gradually shallower dive to off-gas and continue a pleasant dive.

1  Thank PritchRJ
Reviewed 31 March 2014

Or dive on a wreck, great dive especially for first time wreck divers. Your boat can moor directly above the site or just up on the reef, either way it is awesome. I have dove on the El Aquila numerous times with "Octopus Dive School"...More

2  Thank WhoohooRedDeer
Reviewed 24 March 2014

Twisted, but recognizable as a ship. Our high point was running across the resident green morey in the stern section

1  Thank cameron m
Reviewed 22 March 2014

Don't get me wrong - wrecks are fun to dive. However, I can get wrecks back home in Canada. Reefs, though, that's the attraction.

1  Thank SylvieMP
Reviewed 26 February 2014

At 100 feet not for newbies but easy enough for divers with probably more then 25 dives . No real swim through a , some do but it is falling apart so I would not advise it . The island has four wrecks and this...More

1  Thank Anthony D
Reviewed 23 February 2014

not a lot of sea life. Big wreck but we really enjoyed all the life on the reef better. Not that interesting of a ship. Ok if you are really into wrecks.

1  Thank Denise D
Reviewed 16 February 2014

It is a nice wreck but a little deep. Only about 10 minutes actually spent on the wreck followed by 30 to 40 minutes on the reef. We were accompanied by a dozen large grouper in addition to the usual reef creatures. Very good dive.

1  Thank davcur12
Reviewed 28 December 2013

Nice wreck, easy to maneuver through the wreck without lights or risk of getting lost inside. Very easy dive even at 110ft as wreck is located on a sandy bottom.

3  Thank JRoz
Reviewed 19 December 2013

Dived the wreck twice. While I'm not a wreck dive fanatic, it was a nice dive. Nothing complicated about it, a hard bottom well within safe levels for all divers and easy to explore. Some very nice grouper hanging around which made it interesting. Worth...More

3  Thank Scott R
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