“Shallow, bright and upright” best describes this small wreck. Lying on its keel in 25 feet of water, and overgrown with encrusting corals and sponges, the tug rests in a pristine hard coral garden with abundant fish life. A school of glassfish can often be found within the hold, and careful inspection of the deck may reveal other residents, including octopuses and moray eels. Don’t forget to view the giant orange elephant ear sponges at the nearby drop-off, or to explore the magnificent sponge and fish life on and around the adjacent pier pilings at Baya Beach. There’s an easy entry from the beach and a dive shop for onsite support, making this a popular spot; as a result, it’s best to visit early, before the midday crowds arrive.