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Did you even read my previous post? I tried to explain it to you, you must have missed it.
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Mon Mar 01, 2010 5:41 pm
scubasean wrote:Hi Pat, the Tsunami scare was pretty overblown here on the other side of the island (south west maui). Southeast facing shorelines were definitely at risk but considering the vector of Chile to Hawaii, unless it could wrap-around the island or reflect off another one it would be impossible to get a wave directly off south Maui from that angle... The wreck is very sturdy and mounted in the sand. It's pretty protected. Although the skin on the engine is the thickness of paper and very vulnerable to people destroying it... Sadly I have dove another wreck in Southern California which was a P38 and idiots stole the guns and anything else of value... I really hope people don't steal these 20mm guns... The location will eventually get out and people will dive it... It's a sure thing it's going to decay and crumble eventually..
Light can penetrate even down to 200 feet easily here... if you have the right conditions and the sun is overhead... The wreck is shallow so it's well-illuminated during the day...
Here's the location of the Puunene Naval Airstation during WWII.... Must be a lot of wrecks in that bay
http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&hl=en&s ... 15042&z=16
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