About IJN Oite Destroyer
What to Expect When Diving in IJN Oite Destroyer
IJN Oite Destroyer - 103m, 1.520-ton Kamakaze Class Destroyer was torpedoed midships and broken in two just south of North Pass. The forward half is upside-down and the depth-charged aft half is right side-up in 61m of water. To dive this wreckage is very demanding and no penetrations are available. There is a large hole cut into the hull where the remains of the crew plus the crew of the Agano, which Oite had previously rescued, were removed.