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26 Sep / 2016
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dive against debris with our Bunaken guests!Our guests joined us for a “dive against debris” on our adopted dive site “Muka Kampung” in front of Bunaken village.
Everybody had an amazing dive seeing lots of turtles and did a great job in picking up debris on the way.
12 divers collected 17 plastic bags, 18 plastic beverage bottles, 2 buckets, 3 food containers, 11 cups and plates, 8 diapers, 10 fishing lines, 22 food wrapers, 27 pieces of rope, 9 plastic fragments, 4 glass bottles, 1 beverage can, 1 food can, 4 towels, 1 head torch and 3 shoes. This amounted in a total 8.5 kg of debris which got removed from that beautiful dive site.
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16 Sep / 2016
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#Divers4SharksNRays @CITES #CoP17 CampaignDivers 4 Sharks N Rays in Two Fish Divers Bunaken urge CITES countries to vote YES for sharks and rays CoP17 project aware.

#Divers4SharksNRays @CITES #CoP17 Campaign
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22 Jul / 2016
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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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11 Jul / 2016
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Two Fish Team Amed underwater clean-upThis week, our whole team – from dive guide trainee to assistant manager – got together for an underwater clean-up of our house reef. Amed’s house reef might initially look like a sandy slope, but look closer and you can spot many amazing creatures like the longhorn cowfish or the flying gurnard.
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13 Jun / 2016
Author: Markus Tags: There is no tags Comments: 0

Dive against debris off Bunaken IslandDive against Debris on our adopted dive site Muka Kampung off Bunaken Island.

We have done many beach and underwater clean ups before but this week we had our first ‘dive against debris’ on our adopted dive site Muka Kampung in front of Bunaken village.

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