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Thailand – Important Update – Similan National Park New Regulations


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Thailand – Important Update – Similan National Park New Regulations

Please be aware that new regulations released by the Thailand National Park Authority relating to entry in to the Similan National Park now dictate that a maximum of 525 divers may enter the Similan National Park each day. This means that we have to pre purchase entry tickets from 60 days prior to a cruise.

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November 8, 2018 |

World’s largest deep-sea octopus nursery discovered


OFF THE COAST of Monterey, California, and some two miles below the surface of the Pacific Ocean, scientists piloting a remotely-operated submersible saw something no one has ever seen before. Octopuses. Hundreds of them. Huddled on a rocky outcrop at the base of an underwater mountain. Read more

November 1, 2018 |

South Africa; Diving, Adventure and much more…


South Africa Diving

With over 200 different species of sharks and rays, South Africa is considered a shark diving Mecca of the world. For ocean enthusiasts it offers a variety of SCUBA diving and freediving that stretches from the cool waters and magical kelp forests of Cape Town to the warm waters of of KwaZulu Natal, and still further to Sodwana Bay. It is also home to one of the most spectacular underwater events, the sardine run. And next door our neighboring country Mozambique’s offers more tropical warm waters, rich coral reefs and dolphin diving. Read more

October 29, 2018 |

New find could help save Galapagos hammerhead sharks

The sharks give birth in secluded bays that scientists worry may be exposed to fishing.

Hammerhead sharks, with their unique, wide-eyed appearance, are among the most iconic species in the Galapagos. But as the sharks become increasingly endangered, scientists are searching for ways to help their population rebound. Read more

October 29, 2018 |

Slipper Lobster

Misplaced shoe or crazy crustacean? Misplaced shoe or crazy crustacean? Meet the “slipper lobster,” – a sea bottom dweller that’s found in warm waters worldwide. Read more

October 25, 2018 |
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