B-29/Emily (B)- Okay, so it is not a B-29 like the name let you to believe. The wreck is that of a Japanese H8K or Type 2 Large Flying Boat. The Allied reporting name for this type of plane was 'Emily'. The Emily was an Imperial Japanese Navy Flying boat used during World War II for maritime patrol duties. Because its defensive armament made it a nasty customer to deal with the Allied pilots also called it the "Flying Porcupine".
The 4 large props, guarded by Jewel Damselfish, are still in tact as is most of the wing. White Tip Sharks can sometimes be found under the wings.
Visibility: 80 - 100 ft
Current: Ranges from none to medium.