Blog posts of '2017' 'February'

The Leopard Shark

Leopard Shark on the sand in the ocean

The Leopard Shark is small and pretty much harmless to humans. 

Choosing Your Dive Fins

Mares Diving Fins, full pocket, yellow and black

When it comes to investing in your own pair of scuba fins, you have innumerable choices from many manufacturers who continue to advance the engineering they use to produce the most durable

Black Tip Reef Sharks

Black Tip Reef Shark

The Black-tip Reef Shark is named for the easily recognizable black tips on its dorsal and caudal fins.

The Tawny Nurse Shark

the front view of a tawny nurse shark in an aquarium

The most remarkable feature of the tawny nurse shark is probably its curious ability to change colour between grey and sandy brown depending on the colour of its surroundings.

Ear Problems for Divers

A diver pinching his nose, demonstrating equalisation of the ears underwater

Are you one of those divers who suffers a lot of equalisation problems?

Sharks! Menace or Misunderstood?

lemon shark inside an aquarium during feeding

Shark populations the world over have been decimated, particularly in Asia as the demand for shark's fin, which is the main component for shark's fin soup, has soared with the continent's new prosperity.

Seahorses - Diving in Pattaya


Name : The Latin name for seahorse is Hippocampus which means "Horse Caterpillar"

Scuba Diving Health

a red heart shape with a prohitbited smoking sign inside it

Dive doctors and operators have long lowered their own risk by limiting yours when certain medical conditions enter the picture.

Clown Fish

4 Clown Fish in Pattaya swimming around anemone

Clown fish (also known as Anemonefish) are a small species of fish that are found around the tropical coral reefs. 

Scuba Diving Depth Record

Ahmed Gabr underwater with all his diving equipment and several air tanks, also stood holding a certificate

After descending to 1,090 feet, Ahmed Gabr became the new world-record holder for deepest salt-water scuba dive.