/// Blog Archive

09 Mar / 2017

diving in AmedWe’ve had a little of everything this week in Amed, from the big to the small! Yue joined us from China to do both her Open Water and Advanced courses and by the time she left she’d not only learned to dive but had checked a lot of boxes.
Read More

09 Mar / 2017
Author: Markus Tags: , , , , , Comments: 0

DAD March 2017 - divesite bunaken muka kampungWe have the dive site “Muka Kampung” adopted to dive and clean from debris regularly within Project Aware. This month ten guests and staff helped to clean the dive site. Unfortunately, the currents wash up the debris into the shallow part of the reef.
Read More

03 Mar / 2017

PADI idc bunaken - two fish divers

IDC Bunaken

Bunaken, north Sulawesi, the Liveaboard on land, the “retreat” for divers! Sounds like a perfect place where to go for an IDC and guess what, yes it is!On the 9th of February, we started our Instructor Development Course on this little paradise.


Read More

27 Feb / 2017
Author: Markus Tags: There is no tags Comments: 1

Lynn gearing up for her divemaster courseDivemaster course is a really hard work to me as it deals with many tanks and equipment every day. Having a petite frame, these hard works can knock me out sometimes, nevertheless, it’s still a great experience. I have reviewed open-water skills in the pool with my instructor and learned some new techniques, such as filling cylinders, managing the boat, and doing my first briefing on the boat.
The environment here is good, the food was yummy, the staffs are friendly, and there are 3 lovely big dogs. Everything is simply just brilliant.  Except if it could rain slightly less but we are in the raining season. Despite the rain, the visibility is good underwater.

Lynn

Read More

23 Feb / 2017
Author: NatRawson Tags: There is no tags Comments: 0

Diary of a DMT on Nusa LembonganTime is running fast when you are having a great time and that has been unfortunately so true for me. After the first three weeks of my Divemaster training on Bunaken, I really was not ready to leave for Nusa Lembongan. It was not easy all the time, I have learned a lot from my instructors Markus and Dion. Neither of them given up with me, even when I gave them hard time. Like during my first attempt to guide the night dive I kicked Markus on the head so many times he spent the next morning searching the internet for a suitable helmet. When I finally got on the boat to Manado there might have been some tears of sadness (or relief from Markus and Dion). But joking aside I loved diving and living on Bunaken, it was an amazing stay and I will always remember the amazing people I met. Thanks again guys.

Read More


© 2000-2016 Two Fish Divers | Site by Lubiland.gg