Located at Menjangan
The wreck is a small wooden boat and one of the oldest in Bali, built in the late 1800's and sunk in the World War II. It derives its name from the large, encrusted anchor which still lies about 6 to 8 meters from the surface. You can still find some of the ship's cargo here, such as sheets of copper and brown ceramic bottles. Some of the wreckage, covered in gorgonians, protrudes from the sand.
What you’ll get to enjoy once you explore Kapal Budak (Anchor Wreck)
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Water entry technique that you would do when diving at Kapal Budak (Anchor Wreck)
The actual entry method may be affected by the type of boat you're diving from, depth of the dive site, condition of the water, and others. There are several types of diving from boat such as Giant Stride, Back Roll, Seated, etc.
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