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"Where is the only place on Earth that you can dive the world's deepest water, and touch wrecks from two World Wars? Give up? It's the beautiful isle of Guam, the gateway to Micronesia. Come dive the amazing waters of Guam, with the richest, most diverse selection of diving and above-water activities in the region. Plunge into the 37,000-foot-deep Marianas Trench. Explore the SMS Cormoran, a World War I German auxiliary cruiser and the Tokai Maru, a Japanese freighter torpedoed in 1943. And check out 400 types of hard coral, 1,000 varieties of mollusks and 900 kinds of marine life."
It was just below freezing and snow was falling steadily. As we stepped toward that portal separating a cold and dreary world from the tranquility and wonder of another dimension teeming with life and color a passer-by shook his head and muttered "crazy". Poor fool. If he only knew. (Airsix)
Actually did the Tokai/Cormoran yesterday as a beach dive. Had a diver who really wanted to see them, but the boat wasn't going there. This is the 6th time I've done the dive from the beach...it's about a 20~23 minute surface swim to get there, which is why we do it only as a beach dive with people who are willing to put up with that swim to get there. (the wrecks are fairly deep, inside the harbor, so that they're not normally done as a 2nd dive, and most of the divers want to go outside the harbor with the good visibility on the 1st dive, if ocean conditions are good.)