Weekly Dive Report 22nd – 28th July 2013

This report covers our trips from the 22nd to the 28th July, scroll down to find details of the conditions, and the weeks highlights !

This Week’s Conditions

The weather this week has improved a lot, however, even with all the sunshine, the full moon tides bought some bad visibility to many of the dive sites. Despite the murky conditions, we saw loads of cool things and even had a few clear dives at some of our favorite dive sites like Chumphon Pinnacle.

This Week’s Highlight 

We had a great time exploring the wreck of the HTMS Sattakut as well as watching this Jellyfish until it was devoured by a group of hungry Rainbow Runners. There were plenty of Blue Spotted Ribbontail Ray everywhere as well as some of these huge Groupers! We even spotted this very well camouflaged Crocodilefish hiding just beneath the sand.

 

Exploring the Sattakut
Exploring the Sattakut
Jellyfish
Jellyfish
Blue Spotted Ribbontail Ray
Blue Spotted Ribbontail Ray
Grouper
Grouper
Crocodilefish
Crocodilefish

 

 

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