Olympia Maru, also known as Morazan Maru or Tangat wreck, is a former Japanese army cargo ship that sunk during WW2 by U.S. aircraft. The wreck is located on the south of Busunga Island and west of Tangat Island.
Having been in the water since 1944, the ship is covered in extensive hard and soft coral growth. Olympia Maru lies intact on its starboard side in water up to 24 meters deep (79 feet). Visibility ranges from 5 to 15 meters (15 - 50 feet).
This is a large ship, measuring 112 meters (367 feet) in length and, as such, those who wish to penetrate all its cargo rooms will need to perform at least two dives.
Scorpion fish are among the most common creatures you can spot hiding all over the wreck. Other marine animals you can see here include lionfish, crocodile fish, razorfish, glassfish, batfish, damselfish, golden rabbitfish, fusiliers, groupers, bream.