Weekly Summary #6, Jan 2014 Welcome to our weekly round-up, first one of 2014! Good luck with all your new year resolutions, lets hope one of them is to do more diving. Highlights: * In the Critter Corner, if you saw this red lip batfish, it would definitely make you want to kiss it! *…Details
Not sure if you have been aware, but Western Australia government have announced that they want to cull their sharks by installing baited hooks off Perth’s popular beaches in response to seven fatal shark attacks in three years. Shark fishermen will patrol WA waters and kill any tiger, bull or great white shark bigger than…Details
If you thought that the frogfish in Lembeh were weird, then this ranks in the same league. The red-lipped batfish or Galapagos batfish is found around the Galapagos Islands at depths of 30m or more. It is mainly known for its bright red lips, and they look just right for a kiss!
TEC Instructors Hiro and Sandy are tekkies in Blue Label Diving Indonesia and are based in Bunaken, Indonesia. They are a technical diving duo and provide technical dive training and dives on sidemount, twinsets and rebreathers. They began technical diving in 2009 on rebreathers and open circuit, and then made the switch to teaching tec…Details
Weekly Summary #5, Dec 2013 Welcome to our weekly round-up, last one of 2013! We hope that you had a great XMas last week, followed up with a great New Year. Highlights: why not visit the sharks and manta’s the next time you are in Singapore On the critter front, we had a Frogfish-tastic week…Details
This week we had a Frogfish-tastic week in Lembeh with lots of different species: Hairy, Giant, Painted, Warty / Clown, all of varying colours and sizes. PLUS we found three Sargassum frogfish when cleaning our beach in front of the resort! But what are these weird fish?Details
If you have a few hours to kill in Singapore and want to see some sharks and mantas, then take a visit to the Singapore aquarium on Sentosa. Regardless of your conservation views, we really think it was worth it after we took a visit with our kids (aged 4 and 6) and had a…Details