Most of the superstructure was salvaged, but the remains are still good for snorkeling. This site is also a great multilevel dive. From the shallows, the reef slopes off gradually. The ocean floor is covered with staghorn coral, plate coral and mushroom corals, At approximately 12m/40ft a small wall (Dungon Wall) starts, and drops off to a sandy bottom at 27m/89ft. This wall has a colorful assortment of nudibranchs and is therefore a good site for macro photography. On the way back into shallow water, octopus and banded sea snakes have been seen.