It’s official! High season 2015-16 just keeps getting even more awesome! After kicking off the season diving with Whalesharks at world famous dive sites Hin Daeng and Hin Muang, we were blown away by the arrival of not one but two Whalesharks on our recent trip to Koh Rok, as well as some stunningly beautiful…
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Wow, what a great way to kick off the high season here at Scubafish!
Yesterday, we made our first trip of the season out to world-famous dive sites Hin Daeng and Hin Muang. On the second dive at Hin Daeng, we descended slowly on the eastern side and had the pleasure of meeting a 4 meter long, juvenile, whale shark.
Trash Hero bottles let you get a much-needed water refill from all around the island, including all 4 Scubafish shops.
This year (2014) marks the 10th anniversary of the annual Clownfish Release conducted by Dr Thon and his team of marine scientists and supported by Pimalai Resort & Spa and Scubafish PADI 5 Star Dive Centre.
Scubafish are proud to be hosting a Shark Guardian presentation and awareness event tomorrow evening at their Headquarters in Kantiang Bay.
Shark Guardian will present their shark and marine presentation at Scubafish Ko Lanta, Thailand, on Sunday 2nd March at 19:30. Learn about sharks, their importance, different species, threats and conservation efforts. Updates on Spot the Leopard Shark – Thailand and Thailand eShark with simple ways for all to get involved in protecting our most precious species.
Scubafish are proud to announce that we have received another TripAdvisor® Certificate of Excellence award (Certificate of Excellence 2013).We want to thank all of those who have taken the time to review us and provide such positive reviews of your experience on TripAdvisor.
The Clownfish Release Video 2013 event took place on 30th March 2013 onboard MY Pimalai 8, MV Maya 2 and MV Moskito.
This year marks the ninth year that leading Thailand marine scientist Dr. Thon Thamrongnawasawat, Head of the Department of Marine Sciences at Kasetsart University and his team of marine scientists have volunteered their expertise to assist in the Clownfish Release Project which is supported by the Thai Department of Fisheries.
We are delighted that Project AWARE have chosen to feature Scubafish’s turtle-saving day in their latest campaign against marine debris. Pervasive debris kills wildlife, destroys habitats, and threatens our health and economy. Found in even the most remote ocean places, once underwater, debris can remain for generations.
Scubafish welcomes the latest edition to their fleet of dive boats – MV Maya II. With very spacious dive areas, relaxing sun-decks on 3 levels and our ever-friendly, experienced crew – we’re sure you’ll be just as excited as we are with our newest dive boat!
At 23m long by 4.5m wide, she’s a comfortably large, steel boat with a v-shaped hull and two powerful Nissan V8 engines allowing her to travel at an impressive cruising speed of 14 knots.
Heading back from a day’s diving at Ko Haa, a small group of Scubafish divers were lucky enough to be able to rescue a group of Olive Ridley Turtles who had been badly entangled in a discarded fishing net.
We had just finished a beautiful day out diving at Ko Haa and were on our way back to Ko Lanta on MV Moskito, when our Captain spotted something unusual floating on the surface of the sea approximately 1km south-west of Ko Haa.