Submarine Nets

North-east of Coral Quays Resortís jetty are the remains of one of the submarine nets used during WWII.

The Submarine nets were placed by the Americans to protect their ships on deep water moorings from the Japanese mini-sub threat.


Mini-subs no longer being a threat, these steel nets have collapsed and over the past 70 years have turned into an abundant artificial reef with giant gorgonian fans. A very interesting dive.

Features & Highlights

  • Depth: 10 - 45m

 

  • Distance from jetty: 20 - 25 minutes