The SS President Coolidge is one of the most impressive wreck dives out there. The ship sank in 1942 and in 1983, the government of Vanuatu declared the wreck as part of its heritage.
Located not far from the beach, the site is protected by currents which makes it accessible to divers of different levels of experience.
The prow of the ship can be seen at a depth of 20 meters (66 feet) while the stern is found at 65 meters (213 feet).
Various openings allow divers to penetrate the ship. Inside, there are several rooms such as the engine room where one ca observe its huge boilers, or the smokers' lounge, the office, and the infirmary.
There are also many objects which can still be found. Military trucks and equipment can be seen in the front holds.
The wreck is covered in corals and sponges. There are also many species of fish swimming around and inside the SS Coolidge. One can spot barracudas, lionfish, groupers, moray eels, angelfish, leaf fish, sea turtles, sea horses, among other many species of fish.