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Gallery of Raiders Hotel
Snorkel around the wreck of the cruise ship World Discoverer.
Exploring one of the six wrecks at the Base 1 Dive Site.
Unexploded WWII shells from 1943 at the Base 1 Dive Site
Divers over the US Catalina Aircraft
Divers ready to descend into one of the Twin Tunnels
Dive Guide Yvie on the Haleta Wall Dive Site
The “Gavutu Wildcat” rests peacefully at 40m (See our Blog for more info)
Giant Clams at Mbike Reef dive site
US Catalina rests on the reef.
Gavutu Wildcat – Prop lost during ditching.
Dive Guide Yvie on the Haleta Wall Dive Site.
Looking forward towards the flight deck between the starboard (righthand) engines of the Japanese Kawanashi (Mavis) Seaplane.
Dive Guide Willie and Giant Clams at Mbike Reef
Sunken fishing trawler at Mbike Reef
AA guns of the USS Kanawa.
Children of the Tulagi Island community.
Fisherman taking a well earned beer after a long days fishing.
Morning view from Raiders Hotel & Dive
Local Tulagi teenagers.
There’s always time for soccer…
Peaceful Tulagi Island
Four inch gun on bow of HMNZS Moa.
Divers pose on the Kawanashi seaplane.
Diver descending into one of the Twin Tunnels
Sunrise over Tulagi Harbour as viewed from our Bar/Dining area.
Kawanashi Japanese Seaplane.
Kawanashi Japanese WW2 Seaplane.
All our fish is fresh, either bought from the local fisherman or speared by us for the restaurant.
There are more than 200 Japanese & Allied ships and approx 690 aircraft lost in the Iron Bottom Sound, most however are far too deep to dive.
Stunning corals on the Twin Tunnel Reef.
Sonar image of the “Raiders” Wildcat, discovered 2015.
Yokohama Air Group – Fighter Floatplane Unit, Halavo Bay, Central Province aka Ngella Island/Florida Islands, Solomon Islands.