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Underwater Photo Location: Baby Sandy II B-24 WW2 Bomber Wreck

Underwater Photo Location: Baby Sandy II B-24 WW2 Bomber Wreck

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Depth = 1 to 1.5m
B-24J-CO "Baby Sandy 2" Serial Number 42-73013
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Facts about Baby Sandy II B-24 WW2 Bomber Wreck
  • It is in Marshall Islands
  • Baby Sandy II B-24 WW2 Bomber Wreck is in the Pacific.
  • The typical depth is 0-10 Metres 0-30 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 3-10 Metres 10-30 Feet.
Dive types
wreck



Photo facilities
wideangle

by Mick Tait
"Baby Sandy II" a WW2 B24 Bomber crash landed on the west end of Majuro Atoll. The pilot and co-pilot died in the crash. The rest of the crew survived and were taken prisoner by the Japanese, and later executed. (Olympus C5060 Inon wide dome.)

by Mick Tait
My Buddy Mark checks out the Starboard Inboard Engine of Baby Sandy II a B24 Bomber from WW2. Olympus C-5060 Inon Wide Dome

by Mick Tait
"Baby Sandy II" The WW2 B24 Bomber. 2 engines and wing section in shot. Olympus C5060 and Inon Wide Dome.
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