Situated on a flat sandy bottom, all that remains of this WWII Japanese patrol boat is the engine block and propeller shaft with the propeller. Two very large Moray Eels are residents, along with many Sweetlips and a wealth of small invertebrates. A flashlight and a good dive guide make for a good dive, since the dive site can be hard to find.
This is a dive preferably done on nitrox and can only be done on a flood tide. Follow the slope up towards Boulders after you’ve finished admiring the propeller, and make your way between the rocks into shallow water.