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22, Mar, 2015

That I would see an octopus on my fourth and final dive on my Open Water course could I never believe. To actually get to see one in real life and not just in a film was an amazing experience. To see it´s movement and behaviour under water just made me want to know more about this interesting animal.

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4, Mar, 2014

The 11th LAANTA LANTA FESTIVAL, takes place 7th, 8th & 9th March 2014.

This festival is held every year in March, in Lanta Old Town, Ko Lanta Island. The festival is a wonderful celebration of harmony and a chance for locals and visitors to enjoy the unique culture, which still exists on this beautiful, unspoilt island.

In a world where culture and religious differences often divide communities and countries, Ko Lanta provides the proof that people of diverse and varied ethnic groups can live together in peace and harmony and, have been doing so for hundreds of years. Lanta Old Town has a history dating back 500 years. Ancient Chinese style houses can still be seen there.

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11, Nov, 2013

This year, the Loy Krathong Festival takes place on Sunday 17th November. Loy Krathong Festival, also known as the Festival of Light, is the most beautiful and picturesque of all Thai celebrations. The festival takes place on the evening of the full moon of the twelfth lunar month (usually in November.) It takes place at this time, because there is the highest tide of the year, known as the ‘great flood season.’

‘Loy’ means ‘to float’ and Krathong refers to the lotus-shaped floating decoration. A traditional Krathong is made from a slice of the trunk of a banana tree. It is then decorated in elaborately folded banana leaves, flowers, three incense sticks and a candle. Some people place, on the Krathong, a nail clipping and some strands of hair, as a symbol of letting go of negative thoughts. A coin may also be included, as an offering to the water gods. Firstly, the candles and the incense sticks are lit and then the Krathong is carefully set afloat on a river, canal, pond or estuary. It is the custom to take part in this festival with your loved ones and to make a silent wish, as you let go of the Krathong.

 

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27, Jul, 2013

Complete your PADI Divemaster Course with Scubafish Ko Lanta in 2013 and have the chance to win an Apple iPad in the PADI Asia Pacific ‘Live the Diving Dream’ competition.

With the PADI Divemaster Course promotion, effective immediately, any new PADI Divemaster who gains their Divemaster qualification in the second half of 2013 is eligible to enter the competition to win one of 6 Apple iPads. PADI Asia Pacific will give away one iPad per month to a newly qualified PADI Divemaster for each of the remaining 6 months of 2013.

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13, Jul, 2013

Summer 2013 Special Offers – It’s that time of year again when Scubafish are able to offer some truly amazing dive and stay deals, allowing you to take full advantage of the great resort rates available during the summer months, from now through until September.

Take a look at some of the super-discounted Dive & Stay Packages with Scubafish and plan a perfect tropical island dive holiday this summer.

 

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30, Mar, 2013

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.

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7, Jul, 2012

For anyone wishing to scuba dive during their holiday or dive vacation, knowing the current PADI recommendations for flying after diving is a must.

After scuba diving, current PADI Flying After Diving guidelines say that you should not go to altitude (fly) within 12 hours of completing a single dive or 18 hours when doing multiple dives (where possible, wait 24 hours).

 


 

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