These are clips of two wrecks we penetrated during our Coron, Palawan dive trip. Akitsushima Maru is a Japanese seaplane tender which was sunk in WWII. Max depth is around 36 meters. Okikawa Maru is a Japanese tanker also sunk during WWII. The deck is around 15 meters and maxes out at 27 meters. There are a number of penetration paths you can take with these wrecks. The crevices are quite tight and should be careful not to disturb the sediments or get caught on the jagged edges. These are definitely not for the claustrophobic.
We couldn't get wide shots of the wrecks because of very poor visibility as this was only a couple of days after typhoon Pablo hit the Philippines. Tried to pack as much of the footage into a single song's length.
Dive operator: Seadive Coron
Camera: Panasonic GH-1 with 14-44mm lens
Lights: a pair of Sola 600 by Light and Motion
Part II and III soon (more wrecks, barracuda lake, reefs of CYC beach)