The Clownfish and Seahorse Release Video 2012 was filmed on 30th March 2012. Dr. Thon and his team of 10 marine scientists from Kasetsart University were joined by 30 volunteers and participants onboard Scubafish Dive Boats. They headed out to Ko Haa to release 200 western clownfish and 50 seahorses at Island #1 at Ko Haa.
Category: Community News
As part of our activities for International Clean-Up Day 2010, Narima Diving and Scubafish staff (plus many of our local business friends) went back to school!
What is International Clean-Up Day 2010(ICD)?
This annual event (originally started 25 years ago by The Ocean Conservancy, and supported by Project AWARE) is the world’s largest volunteer effort for the marine environment, working towards global solutions to marine debris through the cumulative efforts of half-a-million volunteers globally.
Here it is…Save our Fins: The Video Proof!
Save our Fins Event
The ‘Save our Fins Event’ 3-legged fin race was an event organised by Fish4divers.com, to help raise awareness about shark finning (and much needed funds) to help the Shark Trust continue their constant fight to protect our ocean’s sharks.
Raise Awareness at the Save our Fins Event!
Grab a buddy and join us for a three-legged fin tournament. Help raise awareness about shark finning at the Save our Fins Event.
What: Three-Legged Fin Tournament.
When: 17th July, 5.30pm.
Where: Meet at White Rock, Klong Nin Beach.
Should you visit Koh Lanta in the Low Season? Koh Lanta’s tropical climate is governed by 2 distinct monsoons, the ‘Dry’ North-east monsoon which coincides roughly with high season (between November and April), and the ‘Rainy’ South-West monsoon falling roughly between May and October, or the tourist low season.
Scubafish and International CleanUp Day – Huge Success!
International Coastal Clean Up Day (ICC), the largest volunteer network worldwide, fell on the 19th September this year. In 2008, 390,881 volunteers in 102 countries collected 3,090 tons of debris from shorelines around the planet for ICC.