Brunei is famous for ship wrecks. It has many of the ships that have gone down and are spectacular sites for divers. While most of these sites are for advanced divers, there are some of them for open water divers as well. One such wreck is the Dolphin Wreck.
Dolphin Wreck is a ship wreck that sunk only 5 years ago. Supposedly, the ship was carrying stones and that resulted in breaking the ship and sinking it. The government cut the front part completely and removed it, allowing the rear of the ship to sink. And that is the part of the ship that is available for divers.
The wreck is steady and strong and not dangerous. Hence, the open water divers are allowed to dive only the top two decks and the bottom of the ship goes up to 22-24 metres. I dived to a depth of 15 metres and for 35 minutes. It is definitely the best ship wreck dive I have done so far, even though this is just the second ship wreck dive.
The diving centre ‘Oceanic Quest‘ is owned by Steven and I must say that the whole staff is amazing. Steven himself is a very genuine and a nice person.
My instructor Roger was absolutely brilliant. He was friendly, and he allowed the divers to be themselves exploring the site on their own, not forcing things on anyone. Even though he gave us the freedom, he did keep a watch on us all the time. I can definitely say that Roger is one of the best instructors I have had till date.
Scuba diving provider details
- Provider name: Oceanic Quest
- Cost: Brunei $ 100 + $40
- Contact details:
PADI 5 Star Center (S 22803)
Oceanic Quest Travel and Tour Company
No.6 & 6A, Simpang 46, Jalan Perusahaan,
Serasa, Muara BT1928,
Negara Brunei DarussalamTel/Fax: +673 2771190
Mobile: +673 8933110 (Watsapp/Wechat : Steven_Ng1963)
PADI 5-Star Center in Brunei
- Scuba diving in Pondicherry
- Seeing the Mantas in Maldives
- Scuba diving in Asia
- Scuba diving in Netrani Islands
- Scuba diving in Bali
- Scuba diving in Langkawi
- Brunei – 2 days itinerary
- Transportation in Brunei
- Indian restaurants in Brunei