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    The Best Wreck Dives in Asia

    The Best Wreck Dives in Asia

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    USAT Liberty


    Visiting Asia on a superyacht? You definitely won't want to must out on the superb scuba diving. To help you pick the top dive sites, we've rounded up the best wreck dives in Asia, from the US Liberty in Bali to The King Cruiser wreck in Phuket.

    USAT Liberty, Indonesia

    This former US Army ship was torpedoed by a Japanese submarine in 1942 and remained beached on Bali until a volcanic eruption in 1963 moved it into the water. Now on the seabed at 30 metres, the 120-metre vessel acts as a haven for soft corals and sea fans, populated by tropical fish including goby, lizardfish and barracuda.

    Images courtesy of Creative Commons.

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