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  • Dive With Us Into The Deep Blue of An Awesome 2014! | Deep Blue Scuba Blog
    the waters of one of the top 10 dive destinations We have Similan Islands and Sipadan for you as well Sipadan We re sure every diver knows that Sipadan is one of the top dive destinations in the world and it s a must to go at least once in your diving journey are we right Just close your eyes and imagine the blue skies the crystal clear waters and tropical scenery all around you For a moment are you feeling excited When you re diving at Sipadan everywhere you turn you ll see turtles munching on the sponges and algae or lazing on the wall ledges Or how about the climax that divers are yearning for Finding yourself in the tornado formation of the countless barracudas that just seems endless and simply leaving you awestruck Sipadan trip dates 24 29 April 15 20 May 27 02 July 2014 Similan Islands Commonly rated as one of the top 10 dive destinations in the world Similan Island diving is one of the best diving that Thailand offers At Similans you can find incredible submerged rock formations with huge granite boulders swim throughs and giant fan coral gardens Thus the various mixture of diving allows Similan diving to become a beautiful and fascinating voyage of discovery that always ends too soon A shout out to photographers here Similan diving is also famously known as a paradise for muck macro diving and keep a look out for the little photogenic critters such as frogfish ghost pipefish harlequin shrimp and ribbon eels As for other scuba divers there are frequent occurrence of whalesharks and manta rays at the famous Richelieu Rock dive site too Can t wait to go now Similans trip dates 18 23 November 2014 Is there any sharks that you want to see How about the not so common Thresher sharks that are only usually spotted at Malapascua Malaspascua How about a dawn date with the Thresher sharks Malapascua will be the one to go then Even though Malapascua had been hit by the recent Typhoon rebuilding is up on the way And to everyone s delight Thresher sharks are not affected by the Typhoon and their sightings are still incredible Phew Other than the well known Thresher sharks there are big stuff and small stuff reefs and wrecks amazing coral dives sandy muck dives wall dives and many more too Malapascua trip dates 4 8 June 2014 Hmmm muck macro critter diving anyone Lets go Manado the photographers all time favourite Manado Let us share with you a fact Do you know that you can see over 70 of all the marine life that exist in the Indo Western Pacific So what does this means It will be an awesome experience to dive once at Manado Manado is also famously known for muck critter diving and is so adored by photographers marine biologist and scuba divers Due to its richness of Manado s water no two dives are the same

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  • Dive With Us Into The Deep Blue of An Awesome 2014! | Deep Blue Scuba Blog
    the waters of one of the top 10 dive destinations We have Similan Islands and Sipadan for you as well Sipadan We re sure every diver knows that Sipadan is one of the top dive destinations in the world and it s a must to go at least once in your diving journey are we right Just close your eyes and imagine the blue skies the crystal clear waters and tropical scenery all around you For a moment are you feeling excited When you re diving at Sipadan everywhere you turn you ll see turtles munching on the sponges and algae or lazing on the wall ledges Or how about the climax that divers are yearning for Finding yourself in the tornado formation of the countless barracudas that just seems endless and simply leaving you awestruck Sipadan trip dates 24 29 April 15 20 May 27 02 July 2014 Similan Islands Commonly rated as one of the top 10 dive destinations in the world Similan Island diving is one of the best diving that Thailand offers At Similans you can find incredible submerged rock formations with huge granite boulders swim throughs and giant fan coral gardens Thus the various mixture of diving allows Similan diving to become a beautiful and fascinating voyage of discovery that always ends too soon A shout out to photographers here Similan diving is also famously known as a paradise for muck macro diving and keep a look out for the little photogenic critters such as frogfish ghost pipefish harlequin shrimp and ribbon eels As for other scuba divers there are frequent occurrence of whalesharks and manta rays at the famous Richelieu Rock dive site too Can t wait to go now Similans trip dates 18 23 November 2014 Is there any sharks that you want to see How about the not so common Thresher sharks that are only usually spotted at Malapascua Malaspascua How about a dawn date with the Thresher sharks Malapascua will be the one to go then Even though Malapascua had been hit by the recent Typhoon rebuilding is up on the way And to everyone s delight Thresher sharks are not affected by the Typhoon and their sightings are still incredible Phew Other than the well known Thresher sharks there are big stuff and small stuff reefs and wrecks amazing coral dives sandy muck dives wall dives and many more too Malapascua trip dates 4 8 June 2014 Hmmm muck macro critter diving anyone Lets go Manado the photographers all time favourite Manado Let us share with you a fact Do you know that you can see over 70 of all the marine life that exist in the Indo Western Pacific So what does this means It will be an awesome experience to dive once at Manado Manado is also famously known for muck critter diving and is so adored by photographers marine biologist and scuba divers Due to its richness of Manado s water no two dives are the same

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  • General | Deep Blue Scuba Blog - Part 3
    is doing to harm our planet where to buy cigars online Every whaling season fleets of Japanese and Canadian Read More Dive PNG An amateur video by sharm November 4 2008 0 Comments A very amateur attempt by me at dive videography with the Canon G9 Horrible white balance and blair witch moments which I can t seem to cut out it also gets abruptly cut at the end for some reason Enjoy away let the music distract you from the bad videography k Read More Last Weekend Tioman Trip by yp November 3 2008 0 Comments Wow just got back from Tioman We arrived sing at 530pm super early hor Cos we left the island at 11am The wind is really strong i think its almost monsoon liao The vis is also very bad lucky this is our last weekend trip I Think the wind and current Read More about time D by sharm November 3 2008 0 Comments mobile phone spy software p Deep Blue Scuba has finally embraced mass media in its newest form Where snail mail telegrams and the morse code has failed us blogging makes up for it Along with a brand spanking new website in the pipeline and one diver its Read More This Is Princess Jo by josephineyim November 2 2008 0 Comments Heya So this is real Anyway just check in to brag about my new lappie Will practise my typing by blogging more i guess Guess its irrelevant to diving but blogging its the only way to kill the dry season isn t it Luv u guys Wont stay dry for too long Read More Dont u DARE forget me by katheng November 2 2008 0 Comments BWAH HAHAHAHA Jus testing if the blog is real P the best internet security

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  • What Creature Has A Huge Pair Of Black Eyes With A Seemingly Never-Ending Tail? | Deep Blue Scuba Blog
    of these elegant creature lazily swim out of the mist approaching your direction with huge black eyes of theirs with a tail that seemed never ending behind it At that moment without realizing it you re breathing heavily with every single breath gasping in awe of these magnificent creatures that is currently performing a show right in front of you that by the end of your dive you re literally dragging your fins refusing to leave the site Other than their famously known Thresher sharks you ll be spoilt with choices as Malapascua has a great variety of dive sites that provide you with unique and different experiences of diving each time You ll get to experience wreck diving amazing macro and muck diving wall diving and even beautiful coral gardens to dive at You re able to expect diving together with a huge diversity of marine life given a variety of dive sites Thus get ready your camera and you will realize that you are unable to stop taking pictures of every single moment of your dives Here are a few dive sites that it s a must to go other than Monad Shoal 1 Gato Island There s a saying that You come to Malapascua to see Thresher sharks but you leave the island remembering Gato Gato Island is a marine reserve and sea snake sanctuary One can simply do three different dives at Gato Often you are able to spot banded sea snakes mating cuttlefish cuttlefish is common but have you once seen them mating flamboyant cuttlefish pygmy seahorses frogfish smashing mantis shrimp whitetip bamboo and cat sharks WOW Besides that this island is filled with unique rock formations overhangs and swim throughs There s the Gato The Guardhouse where it s a drop down to 24m to search for the extremely rare tiny weeny pink and yellow Pygmy Seahorses Spider crabs painted frogfish and nudibranchs are also commonly spotted in this South Wall The main highlight of Gato is Gato The Cave Well it s more accurately knows as The Tunnel You ll start diving underneath Gato and appear from the other side of Gato You will need a torch to dive in this tunnel This tunnel is about 30m long and it houses all the usual cave dwellers Countless types of big and small crabs and lobsters some large puffer fish and even bamboo and cat sharks Without realizing you are actually playing a hide and seek game while swimming through the tunnel You will get to experience face to face surprises with Whitetip reef sharks and upon then realized their existence in the tunnel Have you heard of the Mandarin Fish Yes they are indeed one of the most beautiful fish in the world The dives at lighthouse are usually in the late afternoon and you know what you might be able to catch Mandarin Fish mating in their full glory We are sure you do not want to miss the opportunity of watching

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  • Is Wreck Diving On Your Bucket List Too? | Deep Blue Scuba Blog
    don t necessary have to be a tec diver to do a wreck dive Wreck diving does not necessary limits divers to explore only shipwrecks it can even be airplanes and automobiles In a diver s eyes wreck diving is nearly irresistible because they re so intriguing to explore where stunning marine life also collides heads on with history During the PADI Wreck Diver Course itself you ll be visiting various wrecks unlocking mysteries and gaining knowledge and experience that allows you to see things that others overlook so who knows you re able to find the reason that caused the wreck s demise Cool isn t it Also unknowingly you ll realized that you ll be paying a visit to your google friend for more history and background of the specific wreck once after your wreck dive There are a few more things that will be taught in this course Techniques will be taught on how to dive shipwrecks and to avoid common hazards What s more exciting is you ll be heavily involved in planning organizing and doing at least four wreck dives under your instructor s supervision Oh wait stop Right before you run off to sign up the PADI Wreck Diver Course take a look at the pre requisites for the PADI Wreck Diver Course Now here s the awesome part Let us share with you a few wreck diving hot spots in Southeast Asia that will aroused your interest and we ensure you that your body will be itching all over fighting hard against your temptations after this The Shipwrecks of Coron Philippines Most of the shipwrecks of Coron Bay resulted from a sustained air attack on the Imperial Japanese Navy that took place on 24 September 1944 during World War II The vessels were sunk by bombing strafing and torpedo attacks from the US forces Subic Bay Philippines Subic Bay is located north of Manila that contains various shipwrecks and is real popular with enthusiastic wreck divers USS New York being the most famous wreck USS New York was scuttled by the US Navy at Subic Bay in 1941 to prevent its capture by the invading Japanese It now sits at the bottom of the bay The Shipwrecks of Pattaya Thailand Pattaya is the top wreck diving destination in Thailand Pattaya wreck dives include the Hardeep the Petchburi Bremen the HMS Khram and many others By far HMS Khram wreck is the most popular among the rest as prepared by the Thai Navy and sunk in 30 January 2003 If you re just exploring the outside of the wreck then the schools of Barracudas Bat Fish yellow Jacks are incredible The soft corals on the wreck are spectacular and the surface of the wreck is covered in shell life This wreck is famously known as a macro photography heaven So what s the next step after reading this post Yes Start searching and reading up on other famous wrecks all over the world and

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