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Manta Queen I Trip #36, From the Biggest to the Smallest

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Manta Queen I Trip #36, From the Biggest to the Smallest


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Ornate Ghostpipefishes like every single trip were present in most of the dives, being a perfect subject to train your eyes for the rest  of the creatures living in Similan Islands and around.

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One of the main attractions of Koh Tachai were the Mantas, we had manta in the 3 dives we did over there, that together with a Eagle Ray circling the top of the Dome for few minutes. Other Rays we spotted along the trip were of course the Kuhl´s Stingrays, a Marbled Ray resting peaceful into a cave at Koh Bon West Ridge and a Jenkin´s at The Dome.

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And of course we had Whale Shark this trip, seems is being harder not to have at least one than have it, they still out there!!! This time appears in our first dive at Richelieu Rock, visiting all the groups around the pinnacle. KABOOMMM!!!!!

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Another suspects we enjoyed this last 4 days were the Crocodile fish, Decorator crabs, Orangutan Crabs, White Tip and Black Tip reef Sharks, Stonefish, Marbled Snake Eel, Lobsters, Moray Eels, Barracudas, Maldives Sponge Snail, Pipefishes, Harlequin Shrimps, Tigertail Seahorses, Leopard Sole, Ribbon Eels, Freckled Frogfish, Turtle, Sea Snake….

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And like i said at the beginning, in this really special trip we had a special guess who has on board a turntable device to share with us his musical skills the last two nights,  we all had so much fun, including the Thai Crew who has few special requests they enjoyed on the dancing floor.


HAPPY SONGKRAN!!!!!!!

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