Master Divers does Queen »

We’d been racking our brains trying to come up with an idea for a movie that would tell the world a little about us. This is what we came up with. Enjoy ! Once you have finished, scroll down and you can see the out-takes too ! (Don’t forget to sign up to the RSS ...
Posted by: Ayesha Cantrell on April 6, 2011 @ 12:19 pm Edit This
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Dive Acronyms – Getting Down With the Lingo! »

  The world of SCUBA is full of abbreviations and acronyms, and it can sometimes be difficult for new divers to remember everything. Like any new sport or passion, the knowledge comes slowly with time as you gain more experience and take more courses – and of course through lots of repetition! Here’s a fairly [...]
Posted by: Linzi Trafford on March 17, 2017 @ 1:46 pm
Filed under: Courses,Dive Development,PADI

Delhi’s Disposable Plastics Ban »

Good news for Earth! India has started the New Year in a positive, environmental direction by banning all disposable plastics in its capital city Delhi. This ban was proposed and passed in December 2016, but only came into effect on Jan 1st 2017. The government and authorities allowed a transition period giving businesses and residents [...]
Posted by: Josh Stephenson on March 14, 2017 @ 1:24 pm
Filed under: Environmental/Conservation

Why Scuba Diving is Perfect for Couples »

You don’t always have to have the same interests as your significant other to have a strong healthy relationship – however, it is always nice to share a common hobby. Imagine being able to add an extra element of adventure that you can both take pleasure in on nearly every holiday you plan! So why [...]
Posted by: Christine Albanese - Photographer on January 23, 2017 @ 3:00 pm
Filed under: Diving on Koh Tao,Koh Tao Life,Photography

How to make the most out of your Divemaster course »

  The PADI Divemaster is probably the most important course within recreational diving. As a Divemaster Candidate (DMC), you will not only summarise and improve upon all previous dive related knowledge and skills, but truly develop into the divemaster you wish to become in the future. It’s best recommended to take the Divemaster course over [...]
Posted by: Josh Stephenson on December 12, 2016 @ 5:20 pm
Filed under: Courses,Go Pro,Master Divers

The early rise means a great dive »

Here at Master Divers, and at many dive centres around the world, we utilise our diving days by having both a morning boat and an afternoon boat. The afternoon boat leaves at a leisurely 11.45 am, allowing time for a lazy morning and a late breakfast/brunch at our neighboring cafe The Coconut Monkey. Whereas the [...]
Posted by: Josh Stephenson on December 8, 2016 @ 3:02 pm
Filed under: Diving on Koh Tao,Koh Tao Life

Do Fish Fart? »

Following on from our Facebook post about fish who sing (yes, really…see the news clipping below!), we have pondering if they make any other human style noises. So here we are…debating whether fish fart or not! Too much spare time on our hands? Maybe! Believe it or not, whether fish suffer flatulence is an ongoing [...]
Posted by: Master Divers Team on November 30, 2016 @ 10:35 am
Filed under: Marine Life

Drink Diving »

White beaches, crystal clear waters, blue skies, and great people enjoying some holiday vibes. It seems that some of the best conditions, environments, and circumstances for diving, are also some of the best for drinking.   After a days diving, there’s nothing wrong with relaxing and watching a sunset with a cold beverage of your choice. However, [...]
Posted by: Josh Stephenson on November 5, 2016 @ 1:48 pm
Filed under: Koh Tao Life,Master Divers

Dive shops in Low/Monsoon Season »

So, it’s low season here in Koh Tao.  This means less visitors to the island and monsoon seems to have started (I am sat in The Coconut Monkey watching the rain as I type). For some, it’s time to go on holiday or even to go home for a few months to catch up with [...]
Posted by: Jason Matthews on November 1, 2016 @ 2:23 pm
Filed under: Equipment

The Artificial Reefs of Koh Tao »

Artificial Reefs are becoming more and more popular as divers worldwide become more environmentally aware. Artificial dive sites provide homes/shelter/safety for a variety of marine life, and also alleviate the pressure from regular dive sites, which is especially important in heavily dived areas. Koh Tao has been developing and promoting artificial dive sites for a number [...]
Posted by: Linzi Trafford on October 29, 2016 @ 2:23 pm
Filed under: Diving on Koh Tao,Environmental/Conservation,Marine Life

Jellyfish: Totally Under-Rated Beauties »

When people enthusiastically talk about their favorite underwater animal encounters, most divers will mention whale sharks, manta rays, turtles etc… and while these are animals that certainly get your heart racing (they definitely do for me!), there is something about the majestic jellyfish that makes my heart sing with every graceful movement. Much like sharks, [...]
Posted by: Christine Albanese - Photographer on October 21, 2016 @ 3:24 pm
Filed under: Marine Life,Photography
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