El Capitan Wreck

July 26, 2017 | Business | History | Tourism

The Subic wreck El Capitan serves as a world-class shipwreck for divers of all skill levels.  Her shallow depth allows for extended bottom times allowing certified scuba divers plenty of time to explore her cavernous holds, engine room, and gallery.  She is also home to a large school of Jack fish that can sometimes be Read More

LST Wreck

July 26, 2017 | Business | History | Tourism

Landing Ship Tank is the name given to these large vessels built for use in World War 2 to provide support to amphibious operations and by landing tanks, trucks, artillery and troops onto unimproved shorelines. The initial versions were existing ships modified for British requirements. These vessels were incredibly valuable in transporting evacuating troops from Dunkirk Read More

USS New York Wreck

July 26, 2017 | Business | History | Tourism

The  Subic Wreck USS New York now sits on her port side with one of her enormous propellers still visible along with her 4 x 13 metre long cannons. The vessel lies in 28 metres of water near the mouth of the Kalaklan River; she is home to an abundance of fish life including large Read More

Sean Maru Wreck

July 26, 2017 | Business | History | Tourism

The Seian Maru was built in 1938 along with her sister ship the Hokuan Maru by ship builders Tama Zosensho K.K Tamano. She was built as a merchant cargo liner but her time in civilian service was short lived as the ship was requisitioned by the Imperial Japanese Navy in September 1940 and classified as Read More

USNS Henson – July 24, 2017

July 24, 2017 | History | Military | United States

Vessel HENSON (IMO: 9132129, MMSI: 368920000) is a research vessel built in 1998 and currently sailing under the flag of USA. HENSON has 94m length overall and beam of 18m. Her gross tonnage is 4201 tons. USNS HENSON First Published: vesselfinder.com Image Source: en.wikipedia.org