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.
Underwater Video Highlights of the Scubafish Dive Season So Far in Ko Lanta, Thailand.
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.
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.
A Brief Look: Our Bumper Manta and Whaleshark Day
Sharks at Ko Phi Phi Video – A great day’s diving at the Bidas Islands – two of the best dive sites near Ko Phi Phi.
We were lucky enough to see Leopard Sharks and Black Tip Reef Sharks on both dives – the Liquid Lense team were loving all the shark action, and were a very happy bunch!
See our New Meet Porkie Video – starring the friendliest Porcupine Pufferfish in Ko Haa Lagoon!
Liquid Lense’s Underwater Video at Hin Muang:
World-famous dive site Hin Muang, lies just a few hundred metres to the west of Hin Daeng out in the Andaman Sea. This sea mount is entirely underwater with the reef starting at about 12 metres and plummeting down to a dizzying 70 metres.
Liquid Lense‘s Underwater Video at Hin Daeng :
The underwater seamount of Hin Daeng extends out in all directions to a depth of more than 50 metres and is home to a huge variety of larger marine life. You’ll bear witness to many awe-inspiring sites and aquatic variety in this underwater video at Hin Daeng.
Hin Daeng is home to a resident school of Batfish which greet divers on their descent, schools of huge Barracuda, and constant show of pelagic action to keep divers enthralled.