Divers Helping Reefs : HTMS Kut Mooring Buoys

HTMS Kut Mooring Buoys Claimed by "Divers Helping Reefs": Your Name Goes Here At the present time, December, 2011, there is a mooring buoy on the mast on the conning tower but the rope is in poor shape and will probably soon break. We would like to see two more mooring buoys, one at each end of the wreck so that while boats are waiting for their divers to surface from this popular wreck they are not having to motor around, therefor minimizing the risk to free ascending divers. A solid dive flag means that a mooring buoy has been deployed. A blinking dive flag means that a mooring buoy is required for dive site reef conservation. To see the current status of any dive site, you may click on any marker (where a “hand” cursor appears when you run your mouse over the marker). Click here to go back to previous page