MV Karwela

This wreck and be dived easily from a boat but also from the shore. Access from the shore is the same as for the Cominoland as the two wrecks are about 100 meters apart. It is recommended that one snorkles on the surface for about 10 meters then descends and swims out for about 60 meters to encounter the wreck.

The wreck is safely penetrated because of the various openings. This wreck is bigger than the Cominoland as it has two decks. When returning back to the shore, you can continue to enjoy the dive in the shallow and is an ideal location to carry out decompression stops. Good monitoring of your air supply and bottom time is recommended. It is also a good idea to use a compass to take a bearing when swimming out to the wreck.

MV Cominoland

This wreck and be dived easily from a boat but also from the shore. Access from the shore is the same as for the Karwela as the two wrecks are about 100 meters apart. Access from the shore is by walking across a flat stretch of rocks and entry into the water is by performing a giant stride entry. Ideally you snorkel for about 10 meters then descend and swim out approximately 50 meters until you see the wreck. The wreck can be penetrated in a safe manner as it has various openings. The wreck is lying on a sandy bottom. You may encounter shoals of bream. Watch your bottom time because of the depth, as decompression time is easily accumulated.

To visit the wreck, minimum Deep Diver specialist or Tec 40 certification required. You can get even more out of it with TDI Decompression Procedures Diver