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DIVE WITH PALM BEACH DIVERS

DIVE WITH PALM BEACH DIVERS 2 TANK dive saw 3 big sting rays 2 moray eels an octopus and sea turtle... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
petsan2ditto
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Pembroke Pines, Florida
NICE WRECK IN GOOD CONDITION

This is not a giant spectacular wreck, but you can see most of the ship in normal visibility. It... read more

Reviewed 24 July 2017
John D
,
Tampa, Florida, United States
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A submerged 120-foot barge on Malmok reef offers excellent diving experiences.
  • Excellent63%
  • Very good33%
  • Average4%
  • Poor0%
  • Terrible0%
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“wreck dive” (4 reviews)
“intact” (2 reviews)
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Palm - Eagle Beach, Aruba
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

DIVE WITH PALM BEACH DIVERS 2 TANK dive saw 3 big sting rays 2 moray eels an octopus and sea turtle an MILLIONS of fish not so much around the wreck itself

Thank petsan2ditto
Reviewed 24 July 2017

This is not a giant spectacular wreck, but you can see most of the ship in normal visibility. It rests upright on its keel, and is mostly intact. Keel on the bottom at about sixty feet. A very nice wreck dive.

Thank John D
Reviewed 25 November 2016

Wonderful clean white beaches are a hallmark of Aruba and a treasure to the local people, not overly commercialized with vendors.

1  Thank Dan K
Reviewed 15 June 2016

This is one of the deepest dive sites on the West Coast of Aruba. We've explored this site many times over the last 8+ years and it never disappoints with the marine life. We also love Malmok which is usually a shallow dive option for...More

Thank Time4Scuba
Reviewed 17 June 2015

The Debbie II is a great dive. Deep and well situated for exploration. Expect to see barracuda, large rays, morays, and fireworms (DO NOT TOUCH! if you don't like pain!) This dive is best if in a small group and is a good spot for...More

Thank Jack_Plum
Reviewed 2 March 2015

This wreck sits in 70 feet of water on a nice reef there have been some sea horses at this site which is rare and exciting

Thank Stan S
Reviewed 29 December 2014

The Debbie II was a great wreck dive. it's fairly shallow, so the corals and fish had good color. There are a couple of compartements into which you can swim, and the wreck is covered in coral. One of the neatest views is looking from...More

Thank LowTechVacationer
Reviewed 29 July 2014

This is one of my favorite dive sites on the island. The ship is largely intact and it has a good amount of sea life around it. It is worth going to.

Thank vbedus
Reviewed 1 January 2013

This is a wreck dive site of moderate difficulty. Not really recommended for anyone without wreck dive training or experience. But nice.

2  Thank ALL-KNOWING-CRITIC
Reviewed 28 September 2012

Debbie II is an interesting wreck dive site but it is not really accessible otherwise. The wreck attracts shoaling fish including barracuda. The dive is suitable for all levels of divers.

1  Thank OMNISCIENT_ONE
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