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16 Mar / 2016
Author: Bryce Tags: There is no tags Comments: 0

This week in Lembongan… ISwimming Dogs, Divemaster Traniee and Mantas in Lembongant’s been an eventful week over here on Nusa Lembongan; our divemaster trainee Eanna McAtamney, completed his 6 week course. We have had some up and down water temperatures which normally starts to happen with the seasonal change of the currents. With these changing currents, visibility at the manta dive sites has been a little low, but it has not scared the manta rays away. Some dives, divers have reported seeing 10+ manta rays and staying around for most of the dive.


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15 Mar / 2016
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New tech curse packages at Two Fish DiversHave you noticed? Technical diving has moved back to the front page of www.twofishdivers.com. We’ve added more courses and new course packages, too. And that’s not all – there are a few more exciting things being prepared behind the scenes.

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15 Mar / 2016
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Tristan's Divemaster course in BunakenAfter a few days of fun diving and completing his PADI EFR and Rescue course in Bunaken, Tristan has now embarked on his Divemaster course here at Two Fish Divers, which will also take him to our Lembeh resort in a few weeks. Until then, he’s getting to grips with dive logistics, among other things.

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14 Mar / 2016
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IDC internship in BunakenTwo years ago, Simon completed his Divemaster course with Two Fish Divers Bunaken. This year, he returned to take the next step and become a PADI instructor. After his course, he decided to stay on for a couple of weeks and complete an instructor internship. Here’s how it went….

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07 Mar / 2016
Author: Bryce Tags: There is no tags Comments: 0

Eanna – Busy Weeks of Divemaster Course in LembonganWeek three and four passed with the blink of an eye.

These weeks I have been, assisting on open water courses, advanced open water courses, scuba refreshers and servicing equipment, every morning in the ocean was immediately followed by hours under the glaring sun in the pool or sheltered in our maintenance room tinkering with the devices one needs for the survival of the gill-less underwater. Following on from days like this, its been nose to paper (not difficult for a nose of my calibre) completing knowledge reviews from PADI’s dive master manual, studying the ocean mechanics and the history of diving in PADI’s Diving Encyclopaedia. The amount of information taken on in such a short amount of time has been a bit tricky at times, but its been the most fun I’ve ever had in terms of learning before.
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