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17 Oct / 2015
Author: Reuben Tags: , Comments: 0

Great Barracuda at the USAT Liberty Wreck This week in Sanur Bali: We managed to get up close and personal to the resident Great Barracuda at the USAT Liberty. Almost close enough to count those  big teeth of his.
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14 Oct / 2015
Author: Bryce Tags: There is no tags Comments: 3

Mola molas in Nusa LembonganThis week in Lembongan… Our guests have had some pretty amazing encounters with these special creatures. Annie who spent 5 days diving with us, saw a mola every day and on some dives she saw up to 5 molas, swimming, cleaning and even jumping. One of the most special moments of the week was with Annie’s son, Neils. Neils is only 8 so he is yet to become a scuba diver like his mum, but that did not stop him from getting the chance to see a mola!
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12 Oct / 2015
Author: Dominic Tags: There is no tags Comments: 0

Peak Performance BuoyancyI always appreciate it when one of our guests asks to undertake the peak performance buoyancy course; in my eyes that is diving.

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11 Oct / 2015
Author: Robyn Tags: There is no tags Comments: 0

Squid from Belongas Bay

Once again here in Belongas, South Lombok our conditions have been up and down with temperatures ranging from 19ºC-24ºC, visibility from 5-25 meters, waves from .5-4 meters and current from small to strong washing machines and still our season has not ended.

We have been seeing hammerheads, mobula rays, white tip reef sharks, barracuda, devil rays, trevally, tuna and more and more schools of squid mainly at the dive site “Gili Sarang”.
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07 Oct / 2015
Author: Bryce Tags: There is no tags Comments: 0

Treasure of North PendiaThis week in Lembongan… The waves have picked up in the south, so the manta sites have been unreachable but this means we have spent the week drifting over the colourful soft corals of the slopping reefs on the north coast of Nusa Penida. Although the south coast does bask in the glory of the manta rays, the south is mainly covered with sponge coral that does not hold the bright colours like soft coral does. This is due to the changing wave conditions that effect the coral spore moment, meaning soft coral find it hard to grow. This is quite different on the north coast, it seems with the magic of nature, the slopping fringing reefs provide the perfect environment for coral spores to settle and process the beautiful colours that cover these slopes.
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