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 Bon Soong Wreck

Thailand, Andaman Sea, Koh Surin

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Datum: WGS84 [ Help ]
Precision: Approximate

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Latitude: 8° 46.428' N
Longitude: 98° 9.791' E

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 Access

How? By boat

Distance Good boat time (< 30min)

Easy to find? Hard to find

 Dive site Characteristics

Alternative name Banf Sak Wreck

Average depth 18 m / 59.1 ft

Max depth 18 m / 59.1 ft

Current Low ( < 1 knot)

Visibility Medium ( 5 - 10 m)

Quality

Dive site quality Great

Experience CMAS * / OW

Bio interest Outstanding

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Week-end crowd 

Dive type

- Wreck

Dive site activities

- Marine biology
- Orientation
- Photography

Dangers

- Dangerous species

 Additional Information

English (Translate this text in English): Incredible concentration OF fish life on this old tin-dredger. WIth very few places in the area for fish to congregate, the numbers of fish here is incredible.
Home to the Hypselodoris zebrina, a rare Nudibrnach endmeic to this site only. Schools of Lionfish, Schools of Porcupine Puffers and schools of squid mark some of the less common fish. Juvenile Barracuda, Fusiliers and plenty more.
Ghost Pipefish, Stonefish and nudibranchs all litter this site.
The Wreck sank in 1985 and is of no significant historical importance. As a wreck - very little interest, rather a brilliant dive site

English (Translate this text in English): Incredible concentration OF fish life on this old tin-dredger. WIth very few places in the area for fish to congregate, the numbers of fish here is incredible.
Home to the Hypselodoris zebrina, a rare Nudibrnach endmeic to this site only. Schools of Lionfish, Schools of Porcupine Puffers and schools of squid mark some of the less common fish. Juvenile Barracuda, Fusiliers and plenty more.
Ghost Pipefish, Stonefish and nudibranchs all litter this site.
The Wreck sank in 1985 and is of no significant historical importance. As a wreck - very little interest, rather a brilliant dive site

Incredible concentration OF fish life on this old tin-dredger. WIth very few places in the area for fish to congregate, the numbers of fish here is incredible.
Home to the Hypselodoris zebrina, a rare Nudibrnach endmeic to this site only. Schools of Lionfish, Schools of Porcupine Puffers and schools of squid mark some of the less common fish. Juvenile Barracuda, Fusiliers and plenty more.
Ghost Pipefish, Stonefish and nudibranchs all litter this site.
The Wreck sank in 1985 and is of no significant historical importance. As a wreck - very little interest, rather a brilliant dive site

English (Translate this text in English): Incredible concentration OF fish life on this old tin-dredger. WIth very few places in the area for fish to congregate, the numbers of fish here is incredible.
Home to the Hypselodoris zebrina, a rare Nudibrnach endmeic to this site only. Schools of Lionfish, Schools of Porcupine Puffers and schools of squid mark some of the less common fish. Juvenile Barracuda, Fusiliers and plenty more.
Ghost Pipefish, Stonefish and nudibranchs all litter this site.
The Wreck sank in 1985 and is of no significant historical importance. As a wreck - very little interest, rather a brilliant dive site

English (Translate this text in English): Incredible concentration OF fish life on this old tin-dredger. WIth very few places in the area for fish to congregate, the numbers of fish here is incredible.
Home to the Hypselodoris zebrina, a rare Nudibrnach endmeic to this site only. Schools of Lionfish, Schools of Porcupine Puffers and schools of squid mark some of the less common fish. Juvenile Barracuda, Fusiliers and plenty more.
Ghost Pipefish, Stonefish and nudibranchs all litter this site.
The Wreck sank in 1985 and is of no significant historical importance. As a wreck - very little interest, rather a brilliant dive site

English (Translate this text in English): Incredible concentration OF fish life on this old tin-dredger. WIth very few places in the area for fish to congregate, the numbers of fish here is incredible.
Home to the Hypselodoris zebrina, a rare Nudibrnach endmeic to this site only. Schools of Lionfish, Schools of Porcupine Puffers and schools of squid mark some of the less common fish. Juvenile Barracuda, Fusiliers and plenty more.
Ghost Pipefish, Stonefish and nudibranchs all litter this site.
The Wreck sank in 1985 and is of no significant historical importance. As a wreck - very little interest, rather a brilliant dive site

English (Translate this text in English): Incredible concentration OF fish life on this old tin-dredger. WIth very few places in the area for fish to congregate, the numbers of fish here is incredible.
Home to the Hypselodoris zebrina, a rare Nudibrnach endmeic to this site only. Schools of Lionfish, Schools of Porcupine Puffers and schools of squid mark some of the less common fish. Juvenile Barracuda, Fusiliers and plenty more.
Ghost Pipefish, Stonefish and nudibranchs all litter this site.
The Wreck sank in 1985 and is of no significant historical importance. As a wreck - very little interest, rather a brilliant dive site

English (Translate this text in English): Incredible concentration OF fish life on this old tin-dredger. WIth very few places in the area for fish to congregate, the numbers of fish here is incredible.
Home to the Hypselodoris zebrina, a rare Nudibrnach endmeic to this site only. Schools of Lionfish, Schools of Porcupine Puffers and schools of squid mark some of the less common fish. Juvenile Barracuda, Fusiliers and plenty more.
Ghost Pipefish, Stonefish and nudibranchs all litter this site.
The Wreck sank in 1985 and is of no significant historical importance. As a wreck - very little interest, rather a brilliant dive site

English (Translate this text in English): Incredible concentration OF fish life on this old tin-dredger. WIth very few places in the area for fish to congregate, the numbers of fish here is incredible.
Home to the Hypselodoris zebrina, a rare Nudibrnach endmeic to this site only. Schools of Lionfish, Schools of Porcupine Puffers and schools of squid mark some of the less common fish. Juvenile Barracuda, Fusiliers and plenty more.
Ghost Pipefish, Stonefish and nudibranchs all litter this site.
The Wreck sank in 1985 and is of no significant historical importance. As a wreck - very little interest, rather a brilliant dive site

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Bon Soong Wreck
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5 abr 2018
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Viaje: Thailand Andaman sea diving trip
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De 1 abr 2018 a 10 abr 2018

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