It's a nice counter balance to the Coolidge. The first half of the dive I was really into piles of machinery and trying to understand why it's there. The second half of the dive I spent watching the wildlife. My favorite part of the dive was the ship we swam through.
Have dived on Million Dollar Point a number of times and have found it very relaxing and interesting considering how the mountain of metal was deposited there...very strange!!
Visibility here is often very poor. It makes it difficult for snorkelers to see much of the WWII junk that was dumped here at Million Dollars Point. In scuba, you will have better chance to recognize vehicles, military equipment .. but everything is falling apart fast with the weight of time .. and little by little it becomes a pile... 更多
We visited Million Dollar Point on a day trip around Santo.It was very windy and the water was quite rough so only 3 snorkelled.They were very impressed with the interesting relics underwater. I wandered along the beach to the right (definitely needed shoes on)and was surprised by the amount of pieces of machinery visible..lots of old coke bottles too. Lots... 更多
Lives up to every bit it's name and so much to see & explore. Would recommend at least 3 dives to appreciate and see everything. Easy access and only 15/20 minutes from Santo town.
Having read heaps of reviews on trip advisor we packed reef shoes but didn't need them. There is glass on the beach but if you watch where you step it is easy to avoid. Visibility was ok, there were quite a few people at this location due to a cruise ship being there for the day but we still found... 更多
Took a taxi to the million dollar bay from the market at 1000vt. When we reached, all we could see is an empty beach with nothing on it. However, after snorkelling out for about 25metres, you can see a lot of dumped equipments in the water. Most of the equipments in the sea are on the right side, near the... 更多
Nature is reclaiming the ocean floor by covering the metal left behind with coral and anenome. We found many fascinating objects and eerie ghostly shapes of days gone past. Watch out for the sea lice. I got a bad case of itches after!