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Only its remaining keel and steel ribs have named this wreck Skeleton Wreck.
|Name Dive Site:||Skeleton Wreck|
|Depth: ||5-24m (16-78ft)|
|Inserted/Added by: ||funkydivers|
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This wreck is the keel, ribs and stringers of a steel-hulled boat about 25m long, hence its name Skeleton Wreck. Located on the Northwest corner of Coron Island. This wreck was beached with the bow a dozen meters from Coron Island. The stern points directly away from the island. The wreck slopes along the reef from 5m deep at the bow to 22m at the stern. A pass through on the starboard side of the hull at 14m allows you to swim from the inside of the boat out over the coral reef.
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Skeleton Wreck is a small fishing boat located at Coron Island. The wreck lies on a slant and starts at 4 meters. Most of the boat has weathered away leaving the ribs, hence the name skeleton wreck. Skeleton is a small open wreck, and suitable for beginners. There is a lot of macro life hiding here if you have a good eye. Because of its shallow depth, Skeleton Wreck is also popular with snorkelers.
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