Ever dream of scuba diving a sunken ship in tropical waters?
Our friend Trevor Boyce, from the Mill House Restaurant, went last week and got some great footage and photos from his dive at the St. Anthony’s Wreck off the coast of Maui, Hawaii.
St. Anthony was sunk in 1997. This single-hulled ship is 65 feet long and is used as an artificial reef making for a unique diving destination.
Today, it lies at 70 feet below the surface and acts as home to many sea creatures. You’ll often find schools of fish, eels, octopus, and turtles.
Video of octopus below the Carthaginian II shot by Trevor Boyc…
Octopus under the Carthaginian Sunken Ship
Posted by Molokini Crater on Wednesday, September 27, 2017