IDC and MSDT prep

IDC special offer.

IDC and MSDT prep.

We are pleased to announce that we will be running our Instructor development offer for the entire year, 2016.
Each month our IDC will include 2 weeks accommodation, Emergency first response instructor and master scuba diver trainer preparation course which will consist of 5 instructor specialty courses. Feel free to contact us for any information you need regarding our IDC's. This great offer will be available when booking directly through this website, Please Quote ‘IDC SPECIAL OFFER 2016’. For more information go to our dedicated pro level web site. http://www.divinginstructorcourse.com

idc and msdt prep

whale shark

Whale shark

Despite the rainy weather that we have been having we have been lucky enough to see another whale shark at Sail Rock. Lucky #PADI discover scuba divers and fun divers have had an experience that they will never forget.

About the whale shark

The whale shark (Rhincodon typus) is a slow-moving filter feeding shark and the largest known of fish species. The largest confirmed individual had a length of 12.65 m (41.50 ft) and a weight of about 21.5 metric tons (47,000 lb), and unconfirmed reports of considerably larger whale sharks exist. The whale shark that we had today at Sail Rock was a juvenile with a length of around 5 m, Claims of individuals over 14 m (46 ft) long and weighing at least 30 metric tons (66,000 lb) are not uncommon. The whale shark holds many records for sheer size in the animal kingdom, most notably being by far the largest living nonmammalian vertebrate. It is the sole member of the genus Rhincodon and the family, Rhincodontidae (called Rhiniodon and Rhinodontidae before 1984), which belongs to the subclass Elasmobranchii in the class Chondrichthyes. The species originated about 60 million years ago.

 

whale shark

 

UFO sighting

dive sites thailand ufo

An unidentified 'Floating' object or UFO, has been filmed in UK waters.
With the recent deep space findings of a supposedly alien structure i thought i would keep things a bit closer to home... 
The so called 'jellyfish' was reportedly filmed during deep-sea drilling near the United Kingdom. The species is usually found approximately 5,000 feet below in the south Atlantic Ocean.

The creature created a mystery as it has organs and appendages never spotted on a jellyfish before.

Previously it was suggested that the floating blob could be a whale placenta, but the hexagonal shapes on the skin made that unlikely. 

Another guess was that the creature might be a Stygiomedusa Gigantea. This type of jellyfish - which can grow up to six metres in length - has only been spotted 114 times in 110 years, so details on it are scant.
But again, the appendages got in the way.
The animal’s brown stomach caused further confusion, as Deepstaria enigmatica are typically colourless, with one description saying the passages to the stomach are 'somewhat irregular-edged, forming a reticulate network'.
The hexagonal markings on the top of the creature led one commentator on the website Snopes - which tries to debunk or confirm rumours - to suggest this is simply nothing more than a fishing net.
Deepstaria enigmatica, is a jellyfish of the family Ulmaridae.  The bell of this jellyfish is very thin and wide and resembles a translucent, undulating sheet or lava lamp as the animal moves. They are usually found in Antarctic and near-Antarctic seas but have been spotted in waters near the United Kingdom, at depths of 829 to 1830 meters

UFO sighting

Padi Sidemount diver

padi instructor development

padi sidemount course thailand

Fancy a bit on the side? Sign up for our PADI Sidemount course and stand out from the crowd, Sidemount was originally designed specifically for cave diving, however it has grown in popularity with recreational divers and for the month of September we are offering a discounted price.

What are the benefits of Sidemount?

Sidemount configuration provides Increased air safety with complete control over your own air supply, easier access to your cylinder valves, first stages and alternate air sources should a problem arise. It gives you a more streamlined diving position with greater control over your buoyancy.

Our courses will be conducted over 3-4 days with an extra dive thrown in free of charge.

Padi Sidemount diver course September  price 10,000 Thai Baht

For more information please contact us:

Bull Sharks are Back Again

Once again – Bull Sharks on Sail Rock

Bull Sharks on Sail Rock Todays dives at Sail Rock was excellent, 3 bull sharks were spotted at bat fish pinnacle at a depth of around 20 meters, The sharks are reported to be around 2m long and we believe they are females.
These pictures were taken today by one of our guests who was fun diving today,sail rock divers would like to thank Magnus for providing us with these pictures.

With Whale-Sharks, Manta Rays and now Bull Sharks I’m convinced that we can safely say that Sail Rock is one of the best dive sites in Thailand!

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