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Large green morays and spiny lobsters welcome divers at this 250-foot shipwreck sitting upright in 80 feet of water, which is considered one of Aruba's best reef dives.
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Jumped in with aqua windies sive shop and was not disappointed, current was a little tough at first but not unbearable. Tons of life lots of coral, fish, grouper, morays a liytle bit of everything worth a visit

Thank Edward S
Reviewed 18 September 2018

We only had one day in Aruba while on a cruise ship. S.E. Aruba Fly 'n Dive Picked us up at the Cruise Port and took us to their shop. The crew was awesome, well prepared and accommodating. I wanted to switch out my tanks...More

1  Thank AstridWilson
Reviewed 5 April 2018

Dove this wreck on March 24, 2018. Good visibility at around 80 Ft. There was a lot of sea life present with the most notable a small barracuda and small half dollar size jelly fish everywhere. There was a decent current and two foot seas...More

1  Thank Ross C
Reviewed 19 December 2017

This wreck is situated on the south shore of the Island not far away from Oranjestad. It is about maximum 30 m deep. Look out for lobsters, murey eals and plenty of other marine life. Wreck penetration is dangerous due to the possibility of collapsing...More

Thank Georges V
Reviewed 25 May 2016

We loved diving on the this "wreck" with SE Aruba Fly n Dive. It is a huge boat that was intentionally sunk so no real "wreckage" but the ship is covered with life! beautiful and huge sponges, sea fans, lots of fish all around. We...More

1  Thank CourtneyH_TX
Reviewed 28 October 2015

I spent a week diving in Aruba with the Mermaid Dive shop and this was one of the wreck dives we did. This is an excellent very large wreck that makes for a great dive site. Visibility in Aruba is excellent even at this depth....More

1  Thank Tennessee50plus
Reviewed 11 August 2015

The J/C wreck is one of the best conserved in Aruba, it's very fun to dive through it and the reef around is also nice. Not for beginners as it goes deep to about 30m, but it's a great dive for those certified above the...More

1  Thank dcg69
Reviewed 15 January 2015

Have done this dive about 10 times, it is subject to currents but have only been there one time when the current swept us off the wreck and onto the reef, just had to do a drift dive on the reef. Wreck is sitting perfectly...More

Thank John E
Reviewed 30 June 2014

Yes, it is a rather deep dive (90-100 feet). But it is, in my humble opinion, the best wreck around Aruba. Beautiful coral and sponges, and full of life. I especially love to see the purple sergeant major fish ferociously defending their eggs against predators....More

1  Thank Bart S
Reviewed 26 June 2014

This wreck had an amazing amount of coral and sea life on it. I would highly recommend it to any diver! This has become one of my favorite wreck dives to date.

1  Thank Kaili D
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