Crash Boat

      Crash Boat beach got its name from a fishing boat that crashed into the local pier and sank on the south of the beach. Parts of the boat can still be seen today in the more shallow waters of Crash Boat beach. As mentioned before, there is a very prominent pier at Crash Boat beach. During World War II, this pier was used to rescue soldiers of the US Air Forces whose aircraft were downed during missions. While the rescue missions on the pier of Crash Boat beach aren’t active today, the dock still serves as a good spot for diving.

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