Category Archives for Scuba Diving

Mermaid Sightings

Have you ever had mermaid sightings? Mermaids are a mythological aquatic creature, a spirit of the water, with a human head, a torso and the tail of an aquatic animal such as a fish. The word is a compound of  mere, the Old English word for “sea,” and maid, a woman. The male equivalent is […]

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Sand Dollars

The Sand Dollars are spiny, hard-skinned animals, shaped like coins.  There are many different species of sand dollars.  They live on the sandy sea floor. Most sand dollars are found at depths of 30- 40 feet.  Sand dollars partly bury themselves under the sand, with an edge poking up out of the sand. You can […]

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Wreck Dives

Chuuck Island, originally know as “Truk Lagoon” is an island group in the south western part of the Pacific Ocean. There you will find the best wreck dives in the world because of their preservation and beauty. Depths vary from the surface in excess of 200 feet.  You can penetrate into the wrecks but you […]

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Trunkfish

Trunkfish, are the cutest little creatures you’ve ever seen; they have big brown eye and funny little fish lips? Their short triangular bodies are covered with a firm hexagonal bony plate.  The jaw, fins and tail protrude from it’s carapace.  These fish can navigate very quickly through the water. They are pretty fun to watch!

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Bubble Rings

Have you ever tried to blow Bubble Rings while scuba diving? The following is not recommended for novice divers: At the end of a dive and before ascending, lie flat on your back on the ocean floor. Take a deep breath before removing your regulator (no duh), make an O shape with your lips, and exhale from deep […]

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Night Diving

Why divers love “Night Diving” Descending into the dark water is absolutely the best time to see crabs, lobster, shrimp, basket-starfish and much more. Most fish that are seen by day are tucked away and sleeping by night; all others are nocturnal, out in plain sight and feeding in their glory. Octopi & squid swim […]

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Scuba Vacation

What happens when you go on a Scuba Vacation? Do you know what happens to you when you scuba dive, snorkel, go deep sea fishing or swimming with dolphins in tranquil blue water with prolific soft corals, sponges, gorgonians and exotic fish; then afterword you relax on white powder sand beach? You get a totally […]

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Caribbean Diving

What are you doing right now?  How would you like to be doing some Caribbean diving?   How do private beaches, uninhabited islands surrounded with clear blue, warm pristine waters, live with coral & tropical sea life, sound to you?

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Coral Reef Conservation

Living in harmony & respect of the coral reef ecosystem. The local village and surrounding communities have “bought in” to the coral reef conservation plan and as a result, illegal fishing, reef walking and other activities detrimental to the coral reef have been halted. Part of your payment for staying and diving at Wakatobi goes […]

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Scuba Gear Package

What scuba diving equipment should a beginner diver purchase? It’s best to purchase the basic Scuba Gear Package; mask, fins, boots & snorkel. Fins that are too stiff or too soft will steal your energy!  When fins match your particular body size & strength, your experience will be effortless. The boots will protect your feet […]

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