The Corsair was actually my most favorite dive of the trip. If you know me you know I love history and this plane is a big part of WWII history. This is not a grave site. This plane was ditched when it ran out of fuel in 1944 and is actually still sitting where it went down. All of the other wrecks that are dived on were actually placed there intentionally to help create the reef system.
Baby Barge or Little Barge is the older of the two barge wrecks that were sunk to help make a reef. We saw Sea Turtles galore here.
New Barge is in 95 feet of water and the current was strong here! Large Sea Turtles and frog fish (the fastest striking animal in the world) live here. The wreck is very clean of entanglements and a great wreck to enter with several large exits in every hold of the ship
Fantasy Reef was the most beautiful of all the dives we did on this trip. The Sea life was bright and plentiful. Because the dives are not deep the bottom time was much greater and the light illuminated more color.
The topography was incredible with walls and canyons and arches!
Squid, Slipper Lobster, White Tip Reef Shark, Eel, Spotted Eagle Stingray and Sea Turtles were just a few of the many creatures we saw there.