The Camia wreck is a dive site in Boracay.
The Camia wreck dive site is one of the premiere diving destinations in Boracay. The wreck is situated between the Virgin drop dive site and the Coral garden diving spot.
The Camia wreck is a 30-meter (100-feet) long cargo boat that was sunk in January 2001 as an artificial fish reef for divers to explore. Now, the wreck is being resided by some huge red bass, some bluefin trevallies, scorpionfishes and a well-known shoal of batfish.
The minimum depth of the dive site is 18 meters (60 feet) and the maximum depth can go down to 25 meters (80 feet).
The current can sometimes be very strong around the wreck, this is why diving on the Camia wreck is often recommended for advanced and experienced scuba divers.
The continuously growing corals on the shipwreck is beautiful and the wreck contains many different colorful species of soft and hard corals.
Many fishes are shoaling all around these colorful corals throughout the year, making the Camia wreck an extraordinary diving site.
The extraordinary biodiversity on the Camia wreck makes this shipwreck a nice diving destination and a must-see dive site.
Diving on the Camia wreck dive site.
Because it was a cargo ship, it is a long wreck. This wreck was sank more than 15 years ago which means that a lot of marine life and the underwater biodiversity are already very well developed on the wreck and all around it.
The pilot cabin is accessible and the wreck is in good shape and not dangerous. You can even enter in the engine room as well as in the cargo bay without the need of a guide line. There are holes everywhere where light from the outside can enter, so you can go out the emergency exits if the visibility becomes bad while you are exploring the wreck.
Many shoals of fishes are hanging around and if you never saw a stone fish or a scorpionfish before, you will see them for sure as they have literally invaded the wreck (look at the picture how good the stonefish can camouflage).
What will you see while you are diving on the Camia wreck?
Many things! While going down, you will see the wreck appear around 12 to 15 meters (40 to 50 feet), then continuing down, a shoal of batfish will welcome you. The juvenile batfishes are absolutely gorgeous with the black and glowing orange lines around their body.During the exploration of the wreck, you will see many stonefishes and scorpionfish, as well as shoals of angelfish, harlequin sweetlips, ribboned sweetlips, and different species of snapper and groupers.
School of Jacks are also swimming around and many shoals of tropical fishes.
Scuba Diving Camia Ship Wreck Rates
Prices include our regular scheduled diving boats.
On our scuba-diving boats, you should always find:
- O2 tank (oxygen cylinder) and equipments plus a first aid kit
- We always carry a spare dive equipment and a diving gear toolbox
- We do have a communication device in case of emergency
- Towels and dinking water are included
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