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  • Six reasons why Redang is worth the 10 hour bus ride | Deep Blue Scuba Blog
    Six reasons why Redang is worth the 10 hour bus ride by kellyng September 23 2009 0 Comments 1 It s the best place to master underwater photography 2 You can try the dry diving the newest sport to hit Asia by storm 1 It s the best place to master underwater photography 2 You can try the dry diving the newest sport to hit Asia by storm 3 You get to see whale sharks dugong manta rays etc advice get a better photographer we tried to tell him to take the whale shark but he was too dense 4 The dive centre offers excellent spa services too Hair revival treatment RM 150 5 You get to see the resort s resident squirrel do 50 push ups at a go 6 Racial tension is not tolerated all differences can be settled in a camel fight But most of all you get excellent company Coral Redang 18 21 September 2009 0 Comments Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Name Email Website Comment You may use these HTML tags and attributes a href title abbr title acronym title b blockquote cite cite code del datetime em i q cite s strike strong Categories Bali Conservation Crew General Trip Report Uncategorized Write up Featured Post Have you ever been greeted by thresher sharks at February 27 2015 Pulau Tenggol or Tenggol Island is an island off February 16 2015 Top Five Reasons to Dive in Dayang Island Diving February 9 2015 Dear Divers We know that you love diving and January 14 2015 If you re an Open Water Diver you should do September 24 2014 Archives February 2015 January 2015 September 2014 June 2014 April 2014 March 2014 February 2014 January 2014

    Original URL path: http://blog.deepbluescuba.sg/2009/09/23/six-reasons-why-redang-is-worth-the-10-hour-bus-ride/ (2015-05-10)
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  • Dugong joins divers in celebrating Singapore’s 44th birthday | Deep Blue Scuba Blog
    It s always so enjoyable diving with Deep Blue that makes the trip so unforgetable Though I missed seeing many interesting creatures it was still fun because the company is great David Ng Lovely place great service wonderful sightings AWESOME trip all in all Will definitely be back for the Dugong Cliff and Charmaine Manado is my first overseas trip and I m so glad that I came here Fantastic trip seen many marine life that I never thought existed Excellent dives dive guides service organisation and of course company It was simply amazing Sharon Thank you for the great memories Great services and amazing dives One of the best ever I ll be back Dahui It is always nice to be back to Manado Still my favourite dive sport Great crew service and company Pierre Good dive good comfy stay Good dive crew and friends Fantastic place with amazing marine life Can t bear to miss out And best of all my surprise birthday celebration Jane Excellent service great staff saw dugong Extremely well organised resort Adriana and Victor Amazing dive sites excellent service wonderful entertainment comfortable resort great company Only at Manado Dugong Mathias I asked for a refund from Ricky because I didn t see any big things Then he decided to put on his dugong suit on the last dive Nice coral walls and dugong David Chandra I enjoyed this trip alot Cocotinos and her staff created wonderful memories excellent service great diving and super friendly staff love this place Wei Tiong Coconinos Manado Great resort with great dive crew and service crew Saw many many mini marine life and dugong Thanks Cocotinos and definitely looking forward to the opening at Lombok Jieying Fantastic dives here in Manado lots of marine creatures to see and dugong

    Original URL path: http://blog.deepbluescuba.sg/2009/09/22/dugong-joins-divers-in-celebrating-singapores-44th-birthday/ (2015-05-10)
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  • Whale shark surprises divers in Pulau Aur | Deep Blue Scuba Blog
    09 during a surface interval along the channel between Pulau Aur and Pulau Dayang The group of Deep Blue Scuba divers has just completed their first morning dive when a boat crew spotted the shadow of a whale shark approaching Within seconds the three meter whale shark swam right up to the stern close enough for the boat crew to gently stroke its head The divers immediately ran for their cameras and started shooting the friendly and graceful creature Kang Su an avid diver and underwater photographer with more than 150 dives in less than a year could not let the opportunity passed He jumped right into the water without a mask just as the whale shark turned around and captured a perfect shot of the full body We saw a whale shark in Pulau Aur exclaimed Maddy and David and it is just our 6 th dive Both of them were relatively new divers who were on their second dive trip to get the Advanced Open Water certification Besides an amazing encounter with the whale shark the group was rewarded with two challenging dives at the majestic Tigara Wreck this morning Tigara Wreck is a rare site even to the experienced Deep Blue dive crew on board because it is only accessible when they charter a boat The massive sunken cargo tanker sits solemnly on the sea bed as schools of barracudas and other rich marine life surround it writing paper This beautiful site is definitely worth visiting again shares YP who is planning to organize another live on board trip to Tigara in the near future Meanwhile several of the 16 divers look forward to their next dive trip to Sipadan in July zp8497586rq 0 Comments Categories Bali Conservation Crew General Trip Report Uncategorized Write up Featured Post

    Original URL path: http://blog.deepbluescuba.sg/2009/05/31/whale-shark-surprises-divers-in-pulau-aur/ (2015-05-10)
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  • How did Fri 13 go? | Deep Blue Scuba Blog
    Similan Diving Bintan Diving Donsol Diving Malapascua Diving Dive Hin Daeng Schedule Contact Us Deep Blue Scuba Blog How did Fri 13 go by katheng February 21 2009 Fri13 2009 0 Comments So anyone preg after last week Mayb it s too early to tell HEhe So where are the photos U promised mr ricky koh buy eye glasses online zp8497586rq So anyone preg after last week Mayb it s too early to tell HEhe So where are the photos U promised mr ricky koh buy eye glasses online zp8497586rq 0 Comments Categories Bali Conservation Crew General Trip Report Uncategorized Write up Featured Post Have you ever been greeted by thresher sharks at February 27 2015 Pulau Tenggol or Tenggol Island is an island off February 16 2015 Top Five Reasons to Dive in Dayang Island Diving February 9 2015 Dear Divers We know that you love diving and January 14 2015 If you re an Open Water Diver you should do September 24 2014 Archives February 2015 January 2015 September 2014 June 2014 April 2014 March 2014 February 2014 January 2014 December 2013 July 2010 December 2009 September 2009 May 2009 February 2009 November 2008 February 2008 January 2008

    Original URL path: http://blog.deepbluescuba.sg/2009/02/21/how-did-fri-13-go/ (2015-05-10)
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  • I’m Dreaming of a Blue Christmas | Deep Blue Scuba Blog
    coral lovers indulged in a leisurely swim in the Coral Garden where the abundance of coral fishes eels and anemones simply took one s breath away The pelagic hunters were rewarded with an intense experience of being surrounded by a school of mature white tip black tip and reef sharks School of yellow striped fish seeked shelter in a cave We were trailed by a friendly napoleon wrasse which was screaming for attention and affection The divers were unanimous when it came to the highlight of the trip It had to be snorkeling with the whale shark for majority of the group for the first time The boat paced up and down the channel anxiously for two full days as the dive masters kept watch for the faint shadow of a whale shark Just as the group grew restless a four meter medium sized whale shark decided it was time to strut its stuff Most of the divers never thought they would jump without hesitation from the bow of the boat three meters down into the sea Divers were speechless and in awe as they watched the whale shark swam gracefully away There was no snow or mistletoe but the divers were not shortchanged of a cheery Christmas Far from that many would not want to spend it any way and any where else Imagine being swept off to a private island savouring grilled meats over a grand long table lined with rose petals and tea candles and basking under the moon light with the fire glowing in the background That was Christmas in Male Our very own kungfu divers Diving with Deep Blue Scuba is never complete unless you have found yourself suffering from stomach and facial cramp generally more than once hourly after laughing your head off at

    Original URL path: http://blog.deepbluescuba.sg/2009/02/11/im-dreaming-of-a-blue-christmas/ (2015-05-10)
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  • Global Dive Operators Receive Environmental Honors | Deep Blue Scuba Blog
    systems and there s even a full service organic farm which means the resort is self supplied with paw paws lemons and lettuce to name but a few Making a commitment to the local community Sea Hounds Singapore offer kids from low income families opportunities to experience snorkeling and scuba diving and learn about coral reefs endangered species and threats to marine life The program is offered in conjunction with Singapore Sports Council and Ministry of Education The Crew at NZ Sea Adventure have advocated for the south coast marine reserve in Wellington New Zealand A no take area where fishing of any kind is prohibited the long term benefit to the marine environment will be significant Project AWARE funding kick started the Giant Clam Regeneration Project for Dive Tropex Fiji The giant clams have grown from 7cm to over 70cm in 8 years Recognised unofficially by locals as a protected area plans are underway to see the Giant Clam site awarded marine park status Black Tip Diving Thailand offer local children opportunities to swim snorkel and dive It is a sad fact that although they live on the island most locals cannot swim have a fear of the ocean and have never explored the most beautiful aspect of their home says General Manager Shalini Negi Additionally Black Tip Diving certify their Thai dive staff at no cost so they can help spread the message of conservation write my essay The following Asia Pacific Environmental Achievement Award 2008 recipients operate in an environmentally responsible manner and demonstrate an outstanding commitment to conserving underwater environments through education advocacy and action Palm Beach Divers Thailand Matava Fiji Islands United Divers Australia Sea Hounds Singapore B J Diving Centre Malaysia Blacktip Diving Thailand NZ Sea Adventures New Zealand Undersea Explorer Australia Dive Tropex

    Original URL path: http://blog.deepbluescuba.sg/2009/02/03/global-dive-operators-receive-environmental-honors/ (2015-05-10)
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  • Activism = Terrorism? | Deep Blue Scuba Blog
    living creatures that cannot defend themselves from the selfish might of man Ok that s happening far far away in icy oceans where none of us go to dive anyway so how does it affect us divers a small community passionate about soaking our skin in salt water and breathing compressed air Simple If such acts continue we ll have no reason to dive anymore The ecosystem was created so that one species was dependent on another kill one and another disappears The marine ecosystem is structured in a way that one species is dependent on the other Over hundreds of years the number of predators and prey form a food pyramid that controlled each population Killing seals causes explosions in fish populations and shrinkage in Killer Whales In turn the increase in the number of fish deplete micro organisms that bigger mammals like whales depend on so you see its a vicious cycle If this imbalance occurs in the Arctic it will eventually spread to neighbouring ecosystems in the Pacific then the South and eventually it ll come home So how to passionate people put the foot to the pedal They become activists Well if you think that you re an activist just because you point and yell when people eat Shark s fins or throw plastic bags into the sea you should see the work the Sea Shepard Conservation Society does on a yearly basis Lead by Captian Paul Watson the Sea Shepard Conservation Society is all for the sea Every year they launch into multi million dollar anti whaling operations against Japanese whailing vessels hunting them from Tokyo all the way to the Artic using offessive means to prevent such ships from spearing whales and carting them onboard their vessels They ve been called terrorists activitists whale

    Original URL path: http://blog.deepbluescuba.sg/2008/11/25/activism-terrorism/ (2015-05-10)
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  • not all good dive trips are made of good dives… | Deep Blue Scuba Blog
    Hin Daeng Schedule Contact Us Deep Blue Scuba Blog not all good dive trips are made of good dives by sharm November 11 2008 0 Comments For a larger view of the articles click on the images D For a larger view of the articles click on the images D 0 Comments Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Name Email Website Comment You may use these HTML tags and attributes a href title abbr title acronym title b blockquote cite cite code del datetime em i q cite s strike strong Categories Bali Conservation Crew General Trip Report Uncategorized Write up Featured Post Have you ever been greeted by thresher sharks at February 27 2015 Pulau Tenggol or Tenggol Island is an island off February 16 2015 Top Five Reasons to Dive in Dayang Island Diving February 9 2015 Dear Divers We know that you love diving and January 14 2015 If you re an Open Water Diver you should do September 24 2014 Archives February 2015 January 2015 September 2014 June 2014 April 2014 March 2014 February 2014 January 2014 December 2013 July 2010 December 2009 September 2009 May

    Original URL path: http://blog.deepbluescuba.sg/2008/11/11/not-all-good-dive-trips-are-made-of-good-dives/ (2015-05-10)
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