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29 Jul / 2016
Author: Markus Tags: There is no tags Comments: 0

20160722_090611Night dives are amazing. I always knew that but since I’ve come here they have become my favourite dives ever. Due to my Divemaster Night Dive Speciality, I spend a lot of time night diving this week. Two blue ringed octopus, several leaf fishes, squids, a giant sponge crab and heaps and heaps of little shrimps in one dive – almost impossible to top!
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27 Jul / 2016
Author: Bryce Tags: There is no tags Comments: 0

The life on the Sand in Crystal Bay - Lembongan This week in Lembongan… Usually during the dives in Crystal Bay, the large central sand patch is quickly crossed by divers who go from one side to the other, spending most of their time on the coral areas, and used by students taking courses because of the ease to kneel and demonstrate the skills sheltered from current and without harming the marine life. Well, they should consider spending more time there because there’s a whole specific ecosystem around!
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22 Jul / 2016
Author: Robyn Tags: There is no tags Comments: 0

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This week on the North Gilis, Lombok we have been christening our new pool! We started with a dip and swim, and then we had our first scuba try out with a couple from Belgium which lead onto a Discover scuba out at Turtle Heaven dive site north of Gili Meno. Yesterday we had our boat crew Zul and Harry, and our admin staff Mita in there for a skill session and swim about, what a bunch of fun we had with millions of pictures taken. It is a lovely feeling having a whole team together enjoying being underwater which is really what we are all about.

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22 Jul / 2016
Author: Markus Tags: There is no tags Comments: 0

Divemaster Trainee Conny - read how she is doing...Divemaster trainee Conny in Bunaken – Week 2

So I made it into the 2nd week of my divemaster program.

In the second week, I caught an ear infection which helped me to focus more on the theory part of my course. ?

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22 Jul / 2016
Author: YvonnePress Tags: There is no tags Comments: 0

Record-breaking clean up in AmedThis week, our team came out in force to participate in Trash Hero Amed’s largest ever beach clean-up! 105 people helped collect over 300 kgs of trash, much of it plastic that would otherwise have ended up in the sea (thanks to Mataboolan Photography for the picture). Needless to say, the beach in front of the dive centre looks pristine at the moment and we’ll make sure it stays this way. In other news, our IDC candidates are getting ready for their instructor exam and everyone is keeping their fingers crossed for them (not that they need it).


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