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San Pedro Dive Site in Oahu, Hawaii Waterproof 3D Dive Site Card
San Pedro Dive Site in Oahu, Hawaii Waterproof 3D Dive Site Card Description:
This 5-1/2 x 8-1/2" card provides a detailed depiction of the San Pedro dive site in Oahu, Hawaii. Each waterproof card is double sided, made of durable PVC plastic and is designed to be taken on the dive. They are also 3 hole punched to fit in standard log books.
San Pedro Dive Site in Oahu, Hawaii:
The San Pedro wreck, like the YO-257, was also purposely put down by Atlantis Hawaii Submarine in 1996. The San Pedro was Japanese built, Korean owned and used for long line fishing. The San Pedro also served as an inter-island cargo ship before finally being acquired by Atlantis Submarine.
The wreck itself is not that deep, mainly bottoming out at around 80 feet. The main decks are situated in only 60 feet of water making this a cool beginner shipwreck dive. But a little bad news, this dive in particular usually has ripping currents so a good brief and back up plans are a great idea before diving this shipwreck. Length of the San Pedro is around 90 feet long. With access to the stern area, rooms and cargo holds, this wreck surprisingly makes up for the small size! The pilot house has now collapsed and is impossible to enter. You can penetrate the main cargo holds however big pieces of steel hang like a lose tooth above your head. Entry is ok, but just don't swim directly under those pieces.