We were there for some snorkel in a morning tour we negotiated with a fishermen boat, and this spot didn't offer too much.
There is almost nothing left to see from the wreck, there are only remains of ship skeleton, not really impressive. The problem probably was that the wreck is only something like 10 meters deep.
Snorkelling with my 12year old son and 9year old daughter on this ship wreck is a great experience. Although you won't see the ship as a whole anymore it is fun to see the corals and fishes making this place as their home.
Good place to practice foundational skills for open water and even cave. The wreck is not that big and there are parts of it that have disintegrated and broken off. It's an easy dive with good visibility.
this was my first wreck and i expected it to be a scary and maybe depressive dive, but it was amazing. the diveguide of evolution expertly took us around, not that many fish but for once that did not matter, and we ended the dive with a wonderfull drift over the wreck, which is covered with so many different soft...