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Weekly Diving Report – March 2nd – 8th

Here’s to another week of beautiful diving on our little paradise island Koh Tao. Fun fact: our customers sometimes ask if we use stock footage for our Weekly Diving Reports, but believe it or not, all shots were taken during the previous week!

So without further ado and fresh off the press, here’s our latest report:

 

Once again, our divers saw a big variety of different dive sites around the island, including the HTMS Sattakut, which is our local shipwreck and ideal for taking your PADI Wreck Diver Specialty course with us.

Other sites we visited this week were No Name Pinnacle, Junkyard or Twins with its artificial structures – which are perfect for training your buoyancy during the PADI Advanced Open Water Diver course.

Like usual, we had some very happy divers last week:

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Some of them were lucky enough to spot this cute little guy at Twins:

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… while some others were able to experience some eerie wreck diving:

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Not many people know, but there are more wrecks around the island than our infamous HTMS Sattakut. There is this one for example, which is located at Junkyard:

speedboat-wreck-at-junkyard-koh-tao

 

As you can see in our video, we had some mixed conditions last week. Yet, our in-house photographer Dan managed to capture some amazing shots, like this one:

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… or this one of some of our student divers during their skills training at Japanese Gardens:

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We hope you enjoyed this report just as much as we did! See you around next week for a new update on our local diving conditions around Koh Tao’s most popular dive sites.

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