The Toa Maru is a 6700 ton, 140m (450ft) long Japanese transport ship, and one of the best wreck dives in the area. The Toa Maru ran aground during an American air attack on Jan 31st 1943, after suffering severe damage. She lies on her starboard side, with her bow in 7m and her stern in 37m of water. She still holds various artifacts from the Second World War, including saki bottles, a one man tank, cement bags and lanterns. There are some safe swimthroughs via torpedo hole, and for the experienced divers penetration is possible. This dive site needs numerous dives to be explored completely; with wonders around every corner.