Posted 4 months ago

http://blog.thailanddiveandsail.com/scuba-diving-songs/top-ten-songs-scuba-diving/

There are not a great deal of songs written specifically about scuba diving, but plenty with titles or lyrics divers can relate too. There are also a lot of songs about the sea.

Posted 5 months ago
Shark and Cat

Shark and Cat

Posted 5 months ago
HAMMER TIME

HAMMER TIME

Posted 5 months ago
Posted 5 months ago

New Discoveries in the Mergui Archipelago on Thailand Dive & Sail

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly of Burma Diving

Tapestry ShrimpThe rare Tapestry Shrimp, to date only described as seen in Burma Results of bomb fishing in BurmaThe results of bomb fishing: unfortunately an all too common sight when diving in Burma Burmese longtail fishing boatBurmese authorities have shown little interest in protecting their natural treasures

Posted 5 months ago

SENSATIONAL SIMILAN DIVING 2014

Diving in the Similan Islands has been amazing this year. We have seen so many Whale Sharks and Manta Rays – it’s been awesome!

We’ve had some great feedback as to why the 2013-2014 Similan diving season has been so good. More Whale Shark and Manta Ray sightings than probably the last 4 seasons combined. So after asking around, here’s our take on why the Similans and the entire Andaman Sea region has been so sensational. Dive with a BIG Smile ;)

http://thailanddiveandsail.com/front/index.php/news/one_article/45/Sensational-Similan-Diving-2014

Posted 6 months ago

Boonsung Wreck

Thailand diving at its best

Posted 6 months ago

Thailand Diving at the Boonsung Wreck

Over 30 years ago, a tin mining vessel sank just off the coast of a small village called Bangsak, a few kilometres to the north of Khao Lak. Lying at only 18m on the seabed, the Boonsung Wreck has become the best wreck dive site in the area and surpasses the Similan Islands for quantity and variety of fish life with almost as much macro fish life as Richelieu Rock.

Posted 6 months ago
Posted 6 months ago

Why can’t fins be called flippers? Fins just sounds lame compared with flippers. I have dolphin power on my feet :)