The islands of Vanuatu are far more than what I can describe here.
Our main mission was to dive the SS president Coolidge. During my time here I was able to focus on the wreck and some of the many waterfalls that inhabit these islands.
The coolidge is a wreck of a life time for many wreck divers and I am happy to be able to pull a few decent images together as well as pictures of some of the waterfalls found here.
Bellow is a picture of the "lady".This statue was located in one of the rooms when it was a cruise ship. Now Divers go to kiss the lady and have a picture taken since it is now one of the signature places to visit on this massive wreck.
Large gun mounts on port and starboard bow area can be seen. Bellow this gun large shells are still in place and easily viewed by divers.
I am told that these are large bread makers or at least they are large mixing pots in the galley.
Two guns stand on end. Items like these don't always stand the test of time so it's nice to be able to observe them in good shape.
In this upward view of the bow gun, the large 3 inch shells are cleaned off and still intact
A little bit of everything can be seen on display on the SS Coolidge. Along with the many bottles pots and pans, these shoes have held up well.
Fuel pods for airplanes are lined up like a dozen eggs.
There's always something about being at the bow of any large ship and the Coolidge is no exception. It is the first thing that comes into view when approaching from the shore.