Off shore from Wailea, this fishing troller was sunk in 60 feet of water, amidst an artificial reef.
An abundance of sea life has since taken up residency on and around the boat. Two frogfish frequently hang out on the deck, nicknamed “The Captain” and “Little Buddy”.
A typical dive at St. Anthony includes watching turtles leisurely swim to the surface for air and then settle back down on the deck of the wreck while schools of Weke, goatfish, circle, and dart in synchronicity around the divers.
The artificial reef is made up of cement blocks and tires which can be a bit jarring if unexpected. While not our favorite materials, they have created an environment of abundant sea life.
This dive profile is 60 foot and is usually offered as a second dive option.
All dive sites are weather conditions permitting.