Little Bustard LCM

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Little Bustard LCM


This wreck is about 100 - 120 feet.


I have only dove on this wreck once so far. It was a calm day and we anchored in deep water. The area is pretty much sand. I would recommend trying to anchor up in the shallow water just east of the wreck when you can get a good solid anchor point that is shallow and then swim out to it. I believe that this would put you about 400 feet from the wreck, so it should not be too bad of a swim out there (maybe 5 minutes?).


Latitude Longitude
Degrees Minutes Seconds Degrees Minutes Seconds
8 45 16.620 167 44 1.740
8 45.27700 --------- 167 44.02900 ---------
8.75461 --------- --------- 167.73381 --------- ---------


This anchor point keep you out of what they call the boat channel, but ironically, it puts you right where all the RMI water taxis like to run. Use caution in this area! If at all possible only surface at you boat. If you need to surface away from your boat, be very careful since this is a fairly high traffic area.

On a recent visit (1/9/2005), a few observations were made. The ship is pointing approximately 100 degrees. There is damage to the hull on the starboard side that seems in excess of the condition of the rest of the wreck. The wreck appears to be sitting on a communications cable.


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Nearby Attractions:

From: Little Bustard LCM
AttractionDistance (feet)Bearing (deg mag)
Little Bustard Duo 250 251
Little Bustard LCC 657 274

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Created by Dave Fortin

Tue Jun 18 15:09:57 UTC 2024