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Suzy’s Wreck is a wreck dive site consisting of the remains of a former British cargo ship called SS Rita. The ship went down sometime in the 1950s near the southwest face of Grande Island. It is 130 meters/430 feet long and lies in just 5-12 meters/16-40 feet of water.

The structure has been taken over by wildlife, being covered in mollusks and coral and now home to animals like scorpionfish, groupers, moray eels, and squid. You may also see barracudas in the blue and stingrays resting on the sea bottom.

Suzy’s Wreck is suitable for all divers, including beginners. Visibility is typically low (just a few meters).

Dive site info provided by Madison H on Jul 5, 2021

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Goa Diving

Email: contactus@goadiving.com Telephone: +91 9049442647

          Goa Diving, a PADI dive centre and India’s first mainland scuba diving school was established in 1991 by Scotsman William Downie, an experienced diver with many logged dives around the Scottish coast and one of the first divers to explore the Goan coast during his time working with the Indian Navy from 1985 to 1991. Goa Diving operates from Bogmalo Beach and scuba dives at Grand Island. If you love to scuba dive, or want to learn how to scuba dive give them a call and they can meet all your needs. Goa diving offers PADI certification from Beginner to professional level. Local dive sites include the SS Mary(a steamship built in West Hartlepool, England in 1948) which lies in shallow water close to Grande Island. Other sites include a quaint coral bay and the reef around the island. Pigeon or Netrani Island, the only sensible alternative to local Goan dive sites, is dived as an overnight excursion and offers abundant marine life in clear water conditions.
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