Weekly Dive Reports – 15th June – 21st June

This report covers our trips from the 15th June – 21st June 2015, scroll down to find details of the conditions and the weeks highlights !

This Week’s Condition

This weeks conditions took a turn for the worse with high winds, rain and choppy seas. Visibility has still been pretty good though and it definitely hasn’t stopped the fun! We were limited in where the boats could travel to this week; we had dives at Red Rock, Japanese Gardens & Green Rock.

Stormy Weather!

This Week’s Highlights

The highlights this week were a Blue Spotted Ribbon Tail Ray hiding among the rocks, an unusual School of Butterflyfish and a Batfish being cleaned by a wrasse.

Blue Spotted Ribbontail Ray

School of Weibels Butterfly Fish

Batfish

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Weekly Dive Reports – 8th June – 14th June

This report covers our trips from the 8th June – 14th June 2015, scroll down to find details of the conditions and the weeks highlights !

This Week’s Condition

This weeks conditions have been incredible; the surface has been calm and the visibility has been as high as 25m on some dive sites we’ve visited this week! We had dives at Chumphon, HTMS Sattakut and White Rock this week as well as a dive site clean up at Aow Leuk. It’s been another fantastic week of diving!

Visibility from the boat

This Week’s Highlights

The highlights this week were several Juvenile Black Tip Reef Shark spotted in the shallows at Aow Leuk whilst doing a dive site clean up, a Titan Triggerfish.

Blacktip Reef Shark

Titan Triggerfish

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Weekly Dive Reports – 1st June – 7th June

This report covers our trips from the 1st June – 7th June 2015, scroll down to find details of the conditions and the weeks highlights !

This Week’s Condition

This weeks conditions have been so much better than they were the past couple of weeks, there were glass like conditions at Chumphon and all around the island with great visibility on all dive sites we visited, the sun has been shining throughout the week with only one small rain shower. We had dives at Chumphon, Aow Leuk and Twins this week. It’s been a fantastic week of diving!

This Week’s Highlights

The highlights this week were a Black Tip Grouper, a Hermit Crab and a Six Banded Angelfish.

Black Tip Grouper

Hermit Crab

Six Banded Angelfish

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Weekly Dive Reports – 25th – 31st May

This report covers our trips from the 25th – 31st May 2015, scroll down to find details of the conditions and the weeks highlights !

This Week’s Conditions

This weeks conditions have been poor at the beginning of the week with storms bringing with it a lot of waves and some exciting currents on some of the dive sites! Visibility has been slightly lower as well due to the upcoming full moon. Towards the end of the week the weather settled down and the surface returned to its normal calm. We had dives at Chumphon, Green Rock and White Rock this week.

This Week’s Highlights

The highlights this week were a Pink Anemone, a beautiful Sea Urchin and a Beaked Coralfish.

Beaked Coralfish

Pink Anemonefish

Sea Urchin

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Weekly Dive Reports – 18th – 24th May

This report covers our trips from the 18th – 24th May 2015, scroll down to find details of the conditions and the weeks highlights !

This Week’s Conditions

This weeks conditions have worsened ever so slightly, with storms coming in towards the end of the week with high winds making it impossible to get to dive sites around the island. This week we had dives at HTMS Sattakut, White Rock and a sneaky trip to Chumphon in between the waves!

This Week’s Highlights

The highlights this week were a Giant Grouper on the HTMS Sattakut Wreck, a Gobi in the sand and a lonely Longfin Bannerfish.

Giant Grouper

Gobi in the sand

Longfin Bannerfish

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Weekly Dive Reports – 11th – 17th May

This report covers our trips from the 11th – 17th May 2015, scroll down to find details of the conditions and the weeks highlights !

This Week’s Conditions

This weeks conditions have changed this week, with visibility slightly lower than the past couple of weeks and with winds making it harder to get to certain dive sites. The wind however has bought with it  cloud coverage which has been a blessing and a rest bite from the scorching sun. This week we had dives at Junkyard, Mango Bay and Twins.

This Week’s Highlights

The highlights this week were a friendly Scribbled Filefish who decide to tag along with one of our diving groups! A Nudibranch and of course, everyone’s favorite Christmas Tree Worms.

Scribbled Filefish

Nudibranch

Christmas Tree Worms

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Weekly Dive Report – 4th May – 10th May

This report covers our trips from the 4th – 10th May 2015, scroll down to find details of the conditions and the weeks highlights !

This Week’s Conditions

This weeks conditions have been great with calm seas, clear skies and great visibility, very similar to last weeks conditions, its scorching on land but under water its fantastic! This week we had dives at Chumphon Pinnacle, Shark Island, Green Rock and Twins.

This Week’s Highlights

The highlights this week were the great conditions we are continually having, a Giant Pufferfish settled under one of the islands many artificial reef structure and a Juvenile Harlequin Sweetlips.

Master Divers Boat

Giant Pufferfish

Juvenille Harlequin Sweetlips

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Weekly Dive Reports – 27th April – 3rd May

This report covers our trips from the 27th April – 3rd May 2015, scroll down to find details of the conditions and the weeks highlights !

This Week’s Conditions

This weeks conditions have been great with calm seas, clear skies and great visibility the water temperature has officially hit 30C! This week we had dives at Shark Island, Aow Leuk, Green Rock and HTMS Sattakut.

This Week’s Highlights

The highlights this week were a very cute Porcupine Fish, a Hermit Crab and a beautiful school of Batfish in the blue.

Blotched Porcupinefish

Hermit Crab

Batfish

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Weekly Dive Reports – 20th – 26th April

This report covers our trips from the 20th April – 26th April 2015, scroll down to find details of the conditions and the weeks highlights !

This Week’s Conditions

This weeks conditions have been mixed,  another storm came over the island  towards the end of the week and due to wind directions changing some of the boat rides were choppier than recent weeks, the visibility was a bit up and down as well, with some dive sites having 20m visibility and others only 5m. We had dives all over the place; with dives at Shark Island, Chumphon, Green Rock and Mango Bay! We also did a beach and snorkel clean up at Laem Thien Bay for Earth Day on 22nd April.

This Week’s Highlights

The highlights this week were the beach and snorkel clean up at Laem Thien, where the team collected 50Kg in 90 minutes and were lucky enough to see a school of Juvenille Black Tip Reef Sharks! We also enjoyed a close up with a Blue-ringed Angelfish, a Pink Anemone Fish and a very cool Nudibranch!

Anemone Fish

Blue Ringed Angelfish

Nudibranch

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Weekly Dive Reports – 13th – 19th April

This report covers our trips from the 13th April – 19th April 2015, scroll down to find details of the conditions and the weeks highlights !

This Week’s Conditions

This weeks conditions have been great for most of the week! A storm came over the island at the beginning of the week but it didn’t make much of a difference to the diving conditions, once the storm had passed the surface water was calm and the visibility was around 15m! We had dives all over the place; with dives at Shark Island, Chumphon, HTMS Sattakut and Twins!

This Week’s Highlights

The highlights this week are everyones favourite Christmas Tree Worms, Longfin Bannerfish annd a beautifully coloured Boring Clam.

Boring Clam

  Longfin Bannerfish

Christmas Tree Worms

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