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 MS Jojo

Philippines, Visayas, Negros, Sipalay

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Datum: WGS84 [ Help ]
Precisie: Ongeveer

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Breedtegraad: 9° 41.951' N
lengtegraad: 122° 24.971' E

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 Duiklocatie Karakteristieken Characteristics

Gemiddelde diepte 26 m / 85.3 ft

max diepte 32 m / 105 ft

Stroming Geen

Zicht Medium ( 5 - 10 m)

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Ervaring CMAS ** / AOW

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English (vertaal deze tekst in Nederlands): MS Jojo is lying on its side, this 80 meters long two-mast freighter is the home of countless batfish and big lionfish. You will see
hundreds of them while diving through the cargo hatch. MS Jojo sunk in the eighties and lies now between 22 and 32 meters deep. Source Takatuka Divers

This two-master Freighter sunk in 1980. It is possible to dive into the cargo compartment. Lion-, Bat- and Scorpion fishes. Whale sharks have been sighted too.

English (vertaal deze tekst in Nederlands): MS Jojo is lying on its side, this 80 meters long two-mast freighter is the home of countless batfish and big lionfish. You will see
hundreds of them while diving through the cargo hatch. MS Jojo sunk in the eighties and lies now between 22 and 32 meters deep. Source Takatuka Divers

This two-master Freighter sunk in 1980. It is possible to dive into the cargo compartment. Lion-, Bat- and Scorpion fishes. Whale sharks have been sighted too.

MS Jojo is lying on its side, this 80 meters long two-mast freighter is the home of countless batfish and big lionfish. You will see
hundreds of them while diving through the cargo hatch. MS Jojo sunk in the eighties and lies now between 22 and 32 meters deep. Source Takatuka Divers

This two-master Freighter sunk in 1980. It is possible to dive into the cargo compartment. Lion-, Bat- and Scorpion fishes. Whale sharks have been sighted too.

English (vertaal deze tekst in Nederlands): MS Jojo is lying on its side, this 80 meters long two-mast freighter is the home of countless batfish and big lionfish. You will see
hundreds of them while diving through the cargo hatch. MS Jojo sunk in the eighties and lies now between 22 and 32 meters deep. Source Takatuka Divers

This two-master Freighter sunk in 1980. It is possible to dive into the cargo compartment. Lion-, Bat- and Scorpion fishes. Whale sharks have been sighted too.

English (vertaal deze tekst in Nederlands): MS Jojo is lying on its side, this 80 meters long two-mast freighter is the home of countless batfish and big lionfish. You will see
hundreds of them while diving through the cargo hatch. MS Jojo sunk in the eighties and lies now between 22 and 32 meters deep. Source Takatuka Divers

This two-master Freighter sunk in 1980. It is possible to dive into the cargo compartment. Lion-, Bat- and Scorpion fishes. Whale sharks have been sighted too.

English (vertaal deze tekst in Nederlands): MS Jojo is lying on its side, this 80 meters long two-mast freighter is the home of countless batfish and big lionfish. You will see
hundreds of them while diving through the cargo hatch. MS Jojo sunk in the eighties and lies now between 22 and 32 meters deep. Source Takatuka Divers

This two-master Freighter sunk in 1980. It is possible to dive into the cargo compartment. Lion-, Bat- and Scorpion fishes. Whale sharks have been sighted too.

English (vertaal deze tekst in Nederlands): MS Jojo is lying on its side, this 80 meters long two-mast freighter is the home of countless batfish and big lionfish. You will see
hundreds of them while diving through the cargo hatch. MS Jojo sunk in the eighties and lies now between 22 and 32 meters deep. Source Takatuka Divers

This two-master Freighter sunk in 1980. It is possible to dive into the cargo compartment. Lion-, Bat- and Scorpion fishes. Whale sharks have been sighted too.

English (vertaal deze tekst in Nederlands): MS Jojo is lying on its side, this 80 meters long two-mast freighter is the home of countless batfish and big lionfish. You will see
hundreds of them while diving through the cargo hatch. MS Jojo sunk in the eighties and lies now between 22 and 32 meters deep. Source Takatuka Divers

This two-master Freighter sunk in 1980. It is possible to dive into the cargo compartment. Lion-, Bat- and Scorpion fishes. Whale sharks have been sighted too.

English (vertaal deze tekst in Nederlands): MS Jojo is lying on its side, this 80 meters long two-mast freighter is the home of countless batfish and big lionfish. You will see
hundreds of them while diving through the cargo hatch. MS Jojo sunk in the eighties and lies now between 22 and 32 meters deep. Source Takatuka Divers

This two-master Freighter sunk in 1980. It is possible to dive into the cargo compartment. Lion-, Bat- and Scorpion fishes. Whale sharks have been sighted too.

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MS Jojo
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mar 26, 2012
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Viatge: Philippines
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