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Weekly Dive Report – July 28th – August 3rd

It’s that time of the week again where we showcase our dive conditions over the previous seven days. We’ve had some fantastic dives, and our amazing photographer Rob, has been trying some new tricks and techniques with his photos – and we think you’ll agree with resounding success. This weeks images are truly fabulous, and it’s been especially hard for us to narrow them down to our favourites for you!

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Aside form one day of fairly heavy rain on Wednesday, we have enjoyed bright sunny skies, and great visibility underwater. This week we journeyed to a range of dive sites spanning all coats of the island. From Hin Ngam and Tanote Bay on the East coast, to the HTMS Sattakut wreck and  White Rock on the West Coast, we have really enjoyed the conditions and the company we’ve had on board this week.

We’ve seen so much great marine life both large as small, from coral crabs to turtles (who doesn’t love a dive with a turtle).

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This little beauty that stumped both Rob and myself on our fish identification. Any ideas folks?!

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With wonderful visibility, our lucky divers really got to see the best of the HTMS Sattakut wreck, which at other times of the year has been murky or covered in a thick thermocline.

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Our favourite shot this week was this moray eel with its mouth wide open waiting to be cleaned by a shrimp, which you can just make out at the base of the image.

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Enjoy this week’s video and see you all for more underwater photo viewing next week!

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