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Thailand dive excited Tablamu pier with 16 guests from all over the world

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Thailand dive excited Tablamu pier with 16 guests from all over the world


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The following Thailand dive, again on West-ridge was just as great and we saw some cool moray eels, octopus and pufferfish. With happy divers and full tummies we made our way to Koh Tachai where we dived the Dome of Doom and saw some bigs schools of fusiliers and moray eels.

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Day two of Thailand dive started in the Surin Islands at Gorilla Rock, with a visit from a curious turtle. The last three dives of the day were at the world famous Richelieu Rock. We saw loads of box fish, cuttlefish mating,

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white eyed moray eels, barracuda’s, nudibranchs and lovely soft corals and the day ended with 5 happy newly qualified open water divers. So happy they decided to continue with the advanced course straight away.

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Day three started with a dive at Koh Bon called Hin Luang and moray eels, loads of soft corals and a very relaxed stonefish. The second dive was at West Ridge where everybody saw two MANTA’s.

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The last Thailand dive of the trip was at the Boonsung wreck where we literally swam in fish soup with porcupine fish, honeycombed moray eels and lion fish. Tired, but happy we arrived back with 7 newly qualified advanced divers. Congratulations Matt, Lucy, Adi, Kristen, Paul, Youssef and Yuriy, job well done!