Weekly Dive Site Report 18 – 24 August 2017

Hi everyone and welcome to Master Diver’s weekly diving report, bringing to you all the news, from myself, Rob Kelly, about diving in Koh Tao this week.

This week’s worth of diving has bought an abundance of marine life to enjoy, with some very up close and personal encounters. We have enjoyed beautiful conditions at a broad range of the sites we have visited.

Divemaster Katie with a Batfish at Twins Dive site Koh Tao, Thailand Divemaster Brian with a Pufferfiash at Twins dive site, Koh Tao, Thailand

On a couple of days this week we had advance notice of minor squalls, resulting in slightly choppy surface conditions. Fortunately, with the heads up from our management team and the 30+ years experience of our legendary lead captain P.Dong we always managed to find the optimum dive location for our divers and customers who were snorkeling.

Highlights for this week in our photo blog are Japanese Gardens, Twins, Chumpon Pinnacle and the Koh Tao reef regeneration project called Junkyard.

Blue spotted Coral Trout at Japanese Gardens, Koh Tao Tahiland Barrel Sponge at Chumphon Dive site, Koh Tao, Thailand Longfin Banner Fish at Chumphon Dive site Koh Tao Thailand Finding Nemo at Twins Dive site Koh Tao Thailand

My personal favourite encounter this week, was a Green Turtle, fascinated by his reflection in my camera dome at Twins dive site, one that we often visit scuba-diving Koh Tao. We hope you enjoy the pictures as much as we enjoyed diving these sites. See you next week!

Green Turtle encounter at Twins dive site Koh Tao, Thailand

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