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19 May / 2011
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So 2 new divers have been initiated into the hull of the Mawali wreck this week after completing their PADI Wreck Specialty, Congratulations Lotta & Anssi – Great Work!
The Mawali wreck is a Japanese WWII freighter that was scuttled around 1943/44 and Lotta & Anssi were lucky enough to explore inside, the Mawali Wreck is not just a great wreck, it is also full of Lembehs critters!!!

19 May / 2011
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Today we want to congratulate Ilona and Alexander for their Open Water Course!!After they passed the exam, we organized a snorkel test at Blue Parrot Cafe and as a good germans they did a great job!!

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06 May / 2011
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Today we want to say congratulations to Danny who did his NITROX course in Bunaken with us. Now he also can have longer bottom time to enjoy our beautiful walls!!Today we saw, orangutan crab, purple squat lobster, turtle, juvenile midday snapper…..

Here the pictures taken with our new camera for rental, Canon Ixus 220 HS. With High Definition Video!!

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21 Apr / 2011
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So this week we say congrats to Hugo who just finished his PADI Enriched Air Nitrox course here with us!!! Hugo is a more than keen underwater photographer who came second in our 2008 photo competition. He decided to take his “Nitrox” course to extend his bottom time and increase his photo taking opportunities. He’s taken photos of many critters this week: several Mimic Octopus and one with only 4 legs (which he would like to name a “Mim” octopus), Pontohi Pygmy Seahorse, Thorny seahorse, and Hairy Frogfish to name a few. Well done Hugo!

16 Mar / 2011
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Nitrox is getting more and more popular!!

Analysing nitrox tanks

We had 5 people joining the course last week. Congratulations to Ollie, Mariah, Greg, Scott and Albert for your Nitrox certification! Now you can have longer bottom times and since you are breathing less nitrogen you can enjoy safer dives!!


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