This site is located off the far north-west of Guam and is close to shore. There is a drop-off to 30m and then a second to 60m+. Coral is in good condition, especially the sea whips and there is a good selection of fish life to observe, including jacks, barracuda and turtles.
To the south, you'll find Gun Beach which is named after the WW2 gun that sits there. Again, the site is close to shore and is easily reached with a short swim. On the way out, follow the telephone cables until you get to the drop-off. Keep to your left here - it's far more interesting. Coral is abundant and reef fish are everywhere. They are fed by hand, so that explains their interest in you the moment you enter the water. The drop-off descends to 40m and you can expect to see lionfish, turtles, morays and the very occasional manta ray. Snorkelling is excellent here, but only attempt the dive in calm conditions.