Diving goes deeper beyond the water elements of our passion! It is about the family that it creates amongst us all.
Here at the College we are fortunate enough to welcome two new graduating Divemasters and celebrate their son Ernie's birthday all at once!
Happy #whalesharkwednesday 💛
This is another picture of my up personal encounter with this 4m juvenile male from yesterday 💛
I still can't believe that this actually happened. Everything was just perfect, wonderful conditions, a very playful juvenile, I just wished my tank would've lasted longer 😁
Whalesharks are the biggest sharks with a total length of up to 12.5m (rumours even go up to 14 or 16) and a weight of over 20 tonnes.
Though these sharks seem humongous they are the gentle giants of the sea and feed on plankton only 💛
We know little about Whalesharks, but thanks to @simonjpierce , the @marinemegafauna and all volunteers we keep on gathering more valuable information like their lifespan and other mysteries.
Thanks to all involved! 💛
After one week of being dry because of an ear infection, I am itching to get back in the water!
We are one month into our stay here at Flipper Diving in Phu Quoc and I have three more months left on my Dive Master internship.
This time hasn’t come without its challenges. Learning new dive skills, especially in the Rescue Course. Meeting new people and making new friends. Navigating through new group dynamics. Becoming comfortable in a new country and a different way of life.
But it’s all part of the journey and the reason we live this life we live.
A few more days and I’ll be back in the water for some under water perspective 🤞🏻
25 dives and counting 🤙🏻
P.S. if anyone has any dive gear they want to get rid of, let me know!