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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Weekly Dive Reports – 6th April – 12th April

This report covers our trips from the 6th April – 12th April 2015, scroll down to find details of the conditions and the weeks highlights !

This Week’s Conditions

This weeks conditions have been incredible, even better than last week! The surface water is calm and the visibility was between 15-20m, beautiful! We had dives all over the place; with two dives at Chumphon, as well as the HTMS Sattakut, Aow Leuk and White Rock!

This Week’s Highlights

The highlights this week are not only to do with the marine life we’ve spotted but also just how beautiful the conditions are! The HTMS Sattakut Wreck which sits between 25m-30m was visible from the surface this week and the surface has been beautiful and calm. Other highlights include a tiny Hermit Crab and a hungry Blothched Porcupine Fish.

  HTMS Sattakut

P Dong BoatHermit Crab

Blotched Porcupine Fish

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Weekly Dive Reports – 30th March – 5th April

This report covers our trips from the 30th March – 5th April 2015, scroll down to find details of the conditions and the weeks highlights !

This Week’s Conditions

This weeks conditions have been incredible, especially given this week is the full moon! The surface water is calm and the visibility was between 15-20m, beautiful! We had dives all over the place; with South West, Shark Island and Chumphon not disappoint us!

This Week’s Highlights

The highlights this week are a friendly Batfish, a HUGE school of Chevron Barracuda and a Giant Grouper.

  Chevron Barracuda

Friendly Batfish

Giant Grouper

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Weekly Dive Reports – 23rd – 29th March

This report covers our trips from the 23rd – 29th March 2015, scroll down to find details of the conditions and the weeks highlights !

This Week’s Conditions

This weeks conditions haven’t been as great as recent weeks , although the surface has been calm the visibitly has lowered slightly but it has still been a fantastic week, with lots to see!

This Week’s Highlights

The highlights this week are a friendly Pink Anenomefish hanging popping its head out of its Anenome and a Scribbled Filefish!

Pink Anenomefish

Scribbled Filefish

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Weekly Dive Report 16th – 22nd March 2015

This report covers our trips from the 16th – 22nd March 2015, scroll down to find details of the conditions and the weeks highlights !

This Week’s Conditions

This weeks conditions have been great, the surface has been calm, the water temperature is rising slightly, meaning there is less of a need for neoprene at the moment. Visibility has been beautiful with up to 15-20m visibility on some dive sites!

This Week’s Highlights

The highlights this week are a beautiful Green Turtle spotted at White Rock, an anemone in the sunlight and a lovely nubibranch relaxing on a rock.

Green Turtle

Anenome

Jorunna Funebris

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Weekly Dive Report 2nd – 8th March 2015

This report covers our trips from the 2nd – 8th March 2015, scroll down to find details of the conditions and the weeks highlights !

This Week’s Conditions

What an improvement! The past two weeks have seen an incredible improvement in visibility and overal conditions, from 5m visibility and very green at Chumphon on the 18th February to being at 26m depth and being able to see all the way to the surface on 5th March; its been a great week of diving! We went around to Aow Leuk again this week, beautiful visibility with some surge still in the shallows.

This Week’s Highlights

The highlights this week are WHALESHARKS! Unfortunately no photographic evidence just yet however, there have been Whaleshark sightings around the south east dive sites of the island with two of our lucky divers spotting one on their safety stop at Hin Ngam dive site. Other highlights include;

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Weekly Dive Report 23rd February – 1st March 2015

This report covers our trips from the 23rd February – 1st March 2015, scroll down to find details of the conditions and the weeks highlights !

This Week’s Conditions

We have made it round to the East coast of the island this week, the first time in a while! The visibility was lovely although in the shallow areas where we practice our Open Water skills there was rather a lot of surge! We’ve seen a very sudden change in conditions this week – the visibility has improved dramatically, almost as if someone has flicked a switch! Dive sites this week have included Green Rock, Mango Bay, White Rock and Japanese Gardens.

This Week’s Highlights

This weeks highlights have been a White Eyed Moray Eel, a Weibels Butterfly fish & a lone Jack fish hunting over the reef.

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Weekly Dive Report 16th – 22nd February 2015

This report covers our trips from the 16th – 22nd February 2015, scroll down to find details of the conditions and the weeks highlights !

This Week’s Conditions

There has been an unexpected dip in conditions this weeks with a drop in visibility on the deeper dive sites and some slight currents; the shallower dive sites visibility has been below average for this time of year but there is still plenty to see! Surface conditions at dive sites close to land have been reasonably calm, and the dive sites further out from land have been slightly choppier.

This Week’s Highlights

This weeks highlights have been a White Eyed Moray Eel, a Hexagon Grouper & Weibels Butterfly fish.


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Weekly Dive Report 9th – 15th February 2015

This report covers our trips from the 9th – 15th February 2015, scroll down to find details of the conditions and the weeks highlights !

This Week’s Conditions

This weeks conditions have been flat and still on the surface with no current on the surface and underneath, the visibilty is still murky with large particles and very green! The dive sites we visitied this week include; Mango Bay, Japanese Gardens, Twins and Green Rock, due to wind direction and wave direction we stayed aound west and north of the island.

This Week’s Highlights

This week’s highlights have included a beautiful Blue Ringed Angelfish, a Blue Spotted Ribbon Tail Ray swimming along in mid water and a family of Pink Anenome Fish with little baby fish!


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