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Thailand – Important Update – Similan National Park New Regulations

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News from the WWADS

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 |

Bugs, Bugs, Bugs

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By Bonnie McKenna

If you are anything like me, when you get bit by mosquitos or no-see-ums, you will scratch the bites until you dig a hole in your skin.

Bugs love me. My husband, standing beside me, never gets a bite. Not fair! Read more

October 13, 2018 |

The Phinisi, New Addition to The Junk Brand, Thailand

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PRESS RELEASE From Worldwide Dive and Sail

The Phinisi yacht is the new addition to The Junk brand and will operate diving liveaboard cruises in Thailand and Myanmar starting November 1st 2018. She will offer four different routes that cover the best of diving in Thailand: Similan & Surin Islands including the famous Richelieu Rock, as well as Phi Phi Islands, Koh Haa and the two famous dive sites Hin Deang and Hin Muang. Read more

August 27, 2018 |

Belize bans oil activity to protect its barrier reef

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Source: theguardian.com

Decision hailed as huge step forward that will safeguard both the marine environment and the country’s lucrative dive tourism industry. 

Some good news for the new year: in what has been called a huge step forward in protecting oceans and marine life, the Belize government has announced bold legislation to end oil activity in all of its waters. Read more

March 8, 2018 |
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