Pathik World Tours

INKET WRECK AT DUNCAN ISLAND

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If you are into wreck diving, try it out at Dun-can Island in the Andamans, where a coal-carrying Japanese ship, Inket, has been lying on the sea bed since World War ll. Though the ship is now a coral reef and home to various forms of aquatic animals, you can still the cargo that it was then carrying, the massive propellers, boilers and engine room, which are still intact. Some say that the 2004 tsunami straightened out the 70 m wreck that was lying on its side.