Japanese Naval Wreck – after more than fifty years past the Pacific War, the Japanese Navy Wreck remains limited. Americans during the World War II brought over 800 vessels and losses above 500 tons.
Around the Imperial Navy’s legacy, the Japanese Naval Wreck is very interesting and catches the attention of all tourists. This area was composed of household names such as Hood, Fuso, Yamashiro, Haguro, KAGA and Bismarck.
Hood and Bismarck were always exposed for filming, Fuso remained unchronicled during Japanese Capital ship. In Surigao, there was a battleship between Yamashiro and Fuso which caused more interest in the area and brought more expeditions. There is also several battleships, such as Musashi, Mutsu, Yamato, Nagato, Yamashiro, and Kirishima.
There are also heavy cruisers that can be seen underwater, named Haguro, Kumano, Ashigara, Sakawa, Nachi and Kinu the light cruiser.
The interesting destroyers are Ayanami, Kikuzuki, Fumizuki, Amagiria, Hayashimo, Minazuki, Kuroshio, Kuwa, Shimotsuki, Yuzuki, Oite, Nagatsuki and Yudachi.
For divers who like wreck diving, there is a special place called the Coron Bay in Sangat Island, Busuanga.
Japanese Naval Wreck in the Philippines is the ideal diving paradise for Wrecks divers from around the world.
During your diving session, the people in charge can help you reach a very deep area. They know many hidden underwater beautiful gems. You can also find a nice little beach in the area, where you can relax and be comfortable. Local bungalows serve amazing food.
If you are a diver, you can buy an ebook to learn more about the Shipwrecks – The World War II Wrecks of the Philippines and the Shipwrecks of the Philippines. The first one is the perfect-bound book includes postage within the Philippines.