Corsair Wreck

USA, Hawaii, Oahu
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Difficulty
intermediate
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Max Depth
101.7 ft

Snorkeling and Scuba Diving at Corsair Wreck

The WWII Corsair fighter is an airplane wreck that sunk in 1946 during training (reason: out of fuel!). The pilot escaped and is still alive. A large ships anchor on the bottom holds a sub-surface buoy that lies just below the surface providing a tie in point as well as a descent line. An interesting wreck due of large schools of fish, and a field of garden eels. Huge Moray eel living amongst a school of Big Eyes within the wreck. The Moray tends to spend time in the cockpit or left side of the plane. octopus can be found hiding in the wings of the plane. South-East coast of Oahu; off Maunalua bay.
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Corsair Wreck Tide Chart and Surf Report (Beta)

Wednesday
1:34 AM / 0.583ft
Wednesday
7:05 AM / -0.173ft
Wednesday
2:16 PM / 2.107ft
Wednesday
9:42 PM / 0.071ft
Thursday
2:13 AM / 0.626ft
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