Category Dive Logs

Hilma Hooker, Bonaire

Wonderful coral. Easy dive profile. 30 meter plus visibility. We really liked this dive site. Big, big wreck with nice sponges and lots of fish in the vicinity. It lies on the sandy bottom of a beautifully reefed slope. Pristine coral. Terrific soft fans and loads of fish. Great dive!

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Manuelita Coral (Night Dive), Costa Rica

Hundreds and hundreds of white tip sharks swarming in crystal clear ebony coloured water weaving gracefully through the nooks and crannies of the coral below searching for a meal. Little fish hiding behind rocks and even divers, hoping not to be spied. Then – CRACK!!!! – a shark finds a morsel and send the hundreds of other shark into a frenzy of movement. Thirty seconds later, the slow graceful ballet of movement resumes as if nothing had happened. What a rush!!

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Chumpon, Koh Tao, Thailand

Chumpon Dive Site
Koh Tao

Date of Dive 27/05/17
Time: 11:00 hrs
Bottom Time: 40 – 50 minutes

Sea pinnacle, horse mackerel bank, croaker, anemones, mere, bat fishes, giant crabs and squids.

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Shark Bay, Koh Tao, Thailand

Shark Bay
Koh Tao
Date: 26/05/17
Time: 12:00 hrs
Bottom time: 40 – 50 mins

Gobi, brain corals, lobster

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Shark Bay, Koh Tao, Thailand

Coral banded Sea snake free swimming

Shark Bay
Koh Tao
Bottom Time: 40 – 50 minutes

Small reef sharks, Sea snake

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White Beach, Koh Tao, Thailand

Clown Crossbow fish in Thailand

White Beach
Koh Tao
Dive 25/05/17 – 14:00 hrs
Bottom time: 50 – 60 minutes

Angel fish, Crossbow fish, Morena, Dog fish, Parrot fish, Sergent fish

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Laguna Bay

Puerto Galera. Philippines

This dive was in the Puerto Galera region of the Philippines.
Dive time was 50-60 minutes

Great Viz, Frogfish, Good house dive site

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Pigeon Key

-Sharks: 0

-Groupers: 0

-Lobsters: 6-20, looking for 45 minutes, found on rocky/shallow hard bottom habitats, species was spiny lobster, it was hiding because it’s nocturnal, and was in 3 ft. water

-Snappers: 1-5, looking for 45 minutes, found in rocky bottom, species was grey/mangrove snapper, the fish were swimming in around 5 ft. of water

-Lion Fish: 0

-No surface pressures, no evidence of fishing, no evidence of the illegal trade in endangered species

-Evidence of Coastal Development: Pigeon Key was in sight, snorkeling took place around 100 years away at most

-Boat Activity: there was a ferry boat coming in

-Subsurface Pressures: there was a glass bottle

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Pigeon Key

Shore- Salt water
Recreational Dive
45 minutes
Max Depth- 8ft, Visibility- 8ft
Temperature: water- 77, air-81, sunny
strong current

0 sharks
0 groupers
6-20 lobsters (hiding under rocks @3ft, shallow hard bottom, spiny)
6-20 snappers (rocky bottom under dock @5ft, gray and mangrove)
0 lion fish

no surface pressures
boat activity
subsurface pressures (glass bottle, tire)
no evidence of fishing
evidence of coastal development

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Sombrero Reef, Florida Keys

4/08/2016 9:30am-11:00am
Sharks: 2 (Coral reef, nurse sharks, sleeping/swimming)
Groupers: 1-5 (Coral reef, black grouper, swimming, 10-30ft depth)
Lobsters: 0
Snappers: 51-250 (Yellow tail, Grey, Schoolmaster, swimming)
Red Lion Fish: 0
Surface pressures: No
Boat Activity: yes
Subsurface pressures: no
Evidence of fishing: no
Evidence of coastal development: yes (5 miles away)
Evidence of the illegal trade of endangered species: No

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