King Cruiser Wreck

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104 ft (31.7 m)

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King Cruiser Wreck

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This recent wreck lies upright on the sandy bottom.  The top of the ship comes to within 30 feet of the surface and the hull rests on the bottom at a depth of 104 feet. .

~ GPS Shipwreck Location ~
Latitude:   7° 48' 8.8812" N      Longitude:   98° 38' 35.9412" E


The King Cruiser sank on the 4th of May 1997 was miles off course after striking Anemone reef on it’s way to Koh Phi-Phi from Phuket.  No one was injured and all passengers were safely evacuated.  It now stands as a dive spot of choice for divers in Thailand.




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