Mike Little's Dive Log
Gun Beach on 7/24/2008
The site is real easy to find. The road isn't bad if you don't care about the rental car. Just punch through the puddle; it's not deep or soft. Easy easy dive. Follow the pipes, get a compass heading with them and it's easy. Fight the waves a little bit and dive at the first chance. Great vis and plenty to see. We stayed about 45 min. Line up with the pipes and you can ride the waves right back to shore. Best shore dive in Guam by far!
Amtrak and Cemetery Wall on 7/24/2008
I was a little apprehensive of parking here as it was obviously a party site. There is a ton of trash everywhere on shore. Really sad actually. We went right after the rains, so the vis was not that great, only 35 or so. All in all it's a fun dive. Worth checking out. When walking out to the water, hug the right side of the pipe and the middle of the jetty. Easier sand that way. I suggest getting in 15 feet from the wave breaks, swimming 20 yards to the left then heading out to sea again. You can dive about 5-10 feet later.
Shark's Cove on 10/11/2008
What a great dive site! My sister and I did this twice in a row because we just couldn't get enough. Getting down to the beach and into the water is a little interesting, but once you're in, you can drop down to 15-20 feet after a surface swim of 5-10 yards from shore. Going to the right, you run into a VAST array of lava tubes, swim-throughs, alcoves and caves. It's phenomenal. To the left you find larger rocks and smaller swim-throughs. Plenty of overhangs, though. Watch for the florescent crabs! They gorgeous.