Little Bustard LCC

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Little Bustard LCC


The depth is about 130 to the bottom here.


The bottom here is generally sandy and deep. While I am not convinced it is in the boating channel, the marine department seem to think so. So, at the moment I have no suggestions for anchoring and diving this wreck.


Latitude Longitude
Degrees Minutes Seconds Degrees Minutes Seconds
8 45 17.940 167 43 55.320
8 45.29900 --------- 167 43.92200 ---------
8.75498 --------- --------- 167.73203 --------- ---------


I had heard of this boat, but never knew its' location. I was out wreck hunting using a fishfinder with Steve Poirier and Geroge Talbot and we found this one. It wasn't "new", but a new one for us, so we were happy with the results of our wreck hunt that day.

This was also early in my photography career. I have a couple shots, but none are too great. Perhaps I'll post them until I have something better.

I suspect this might be an LCC, but I could certainly be wrong, so if I get more information the name of this wreck could change.

I do remember a hatch in the rear and looking in at two large deisel engines which seem to match the LCC data. It is a steel hulled ship and it is sitting upright on the bottom.


Here's a side scan sonar image if the wreck.

Image by Bob Swanson

Nearby Attractions:

From: Little Bustard LCC
AttractionDistance (feet)Bearing (deg mag)
ER-2 Coral Head 739 356
Little Bustard Duo 437 107
Little Bustard LCM 657 94

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Tue Jun 18 16:02:13 UTC 2024