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Church House Reef, Apo Island, Dumaguete, Negros Oriental

   Philippines  Philippine Sea
Can only be reached by Pump Boat from Dumaguete or nearby towns. We stayed at Atmosphere resort, where a 40 min trip led us to a very different underwater world, compared to the muck diving along the nearby coast. A lot of backpackers tend to stay on the island.

Underwater there is the most beautiful unspoilt coral and more turtles than you could possibly dream of.

Apo Island is a volcanic island covering 12 hectares in land area, 7 kilometers off the southeastern tip of Negros Island and 30 kilometers south of the Negros Oriental capital of Dumaguete City in the Philippines. The name "Apo" was derived from the a Filipino word which literally means, "Grandchild".
The marine habitat around the island is a marine reserve, protected by the National Integrated Protected Area Act (NIPA) and under the jurisdiction of the Protected Area Management Board (PAMB). It has become a popular dive site and snorkeling destination with tourists. There are two resorts on Apo Island, both of which have their own dive centers: Apo Island Beach Resort and Liberty's Lodge. There is a ranger station and a lighthouse.
The religious practice of Apo Island is generally Roman Catholic under the care of the Augustinian Recollect Friars.Formerly, it was administered by a Diocesan Priest but it was in 2008 that the Augustinian Recollects was requested to continue the mission. The patron saint of Apo Island is San Vicente Ferrer.
The island is under the jurisdiction of the municipality of Dauin, Negros Oriental, and is one of the municipality's 23 barangays. As of the 2010 census, the island has a population of 918.

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   Dominica  Caribbean Sea
Atlantic side of Dominica, three pinnacles rising from the Martinique trench at 27,21, and 18m respectively, subject to current at times. Dived with Dive Dominica.

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ari atol sud "aribeach beyru"

   Maldives  Indian Ocean
after a hole day off looking and diving he apears the last 3 minutes off the last dive in the middel off the group what more do you need !!!!

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kuda giri wreck - maledieven

   Maldives  Indian Ocean
beautifull wreck lot off fish

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kandooma thila - malé atol sud

   Maldives  Indian Ocean
lots off sharks white tip grey and black tip

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Okiwi Bay, Marlborough Sounds, Nelson

   New Zealand  Tasman Sea
Okiwi Bay is a great place to dive for Scallops when the season is open. The bottom is sandy and has a variety of marine life such as Rays, Skates, Seahorse, Flounders, Octopus, Leather Jackets etc. In winter the sea can get down to 9 degrees and in summer up to 21 degrees.
Okiwi Bay offers access to a wide variety of diving in close proximety including Cray diving and Wrecks.
Depending on where you are diving the depth can be anywhere from 10m to 30, but on average 20m. The viz varies depending on what season it is and what type of weather has been, but an average would be 6m.
On the rare occassion Orca's have come into the bay!

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fesdhoo lagoon

   Maldives  Indian Ocean
night dive with mantas

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Jemeluk bay

   Indonesia  Bali Sea
Beautiful protected bay for snorkeling and diving. Changing current brings big schools of fish and also quite big fish. Sunken objects are perfect hiding places for many differrent creatures.

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Duin, Dumaguete

   Philippines  Philippine Sea
Apo Island is superb for Turtles and clear water in May/June.

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Quail Rock, Santa Cruz, Channel Islands

   United States  Pacific
Visibility was 20-25 feet. Saw lots of marine life including starfish, urchins, anemones, garibaldi, and a harbor seal. Dive was in June. Water temp was about 62 degrees.

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Tegnue di Chioggia (VE)

   Italy  Adriatic Sea
Zona a Tutela Biologica (

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Ulua Beach, Maui, Hawaii

   United States  Pacific
Hydroid shrimp on hydroid stalk.

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   Mozambique  Mozambique Channel
Manatas on Playstation

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Fakarava South Pass, Tuamotus

   French Polynesia  Pacific
Spectacular site, both for snorkeling and diving. On the incoming current, the water clarity is exceptional. Sharks are everywhere, literally 100's, all around. We saw black tips, white tips, and grays, others saw lemons. Incredible variety of species of reef fish, very accessible to snorkelers. Lots of Napoleon wrasses, groupers, parrot fish, triggers, and pretty much every other specie found in French Polynesian waters. We dove and snorkeled for about 10 days, never got bored, saw new things every dive. Dives for best sharks were between 80 and 100', while the snorkeling was very shallow, most in only 15-20'.

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   Italy  Tyrrhenian Sea

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Secca Gonzati

   Italy  Mediterranean Sea
Liguria sea

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Anemone city - Daedalus reef

   Egypt  Red Sea
An amazing underwater world

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Secca Molara, Ventotene

   Italy  Tyrrhenian Sea
Secca Molara, Ventotene

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Cap de Sant Antoni

   Spain  Mediterranean Sea
Reserva Marina

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Daedalus Reef (south side)

   Egypt  Red Sea
Pomacentridae are a family of perciform fish, comprising the damselfishes and clownfishes. They are primarily marine, while a few species inhabit freshwater and brackish environments (e.g., Neopomacentrus aquadulcis, N. taeniurus, Pomacentrus taeniometopon, Stegastes otophorus). They are noted for their hardy constitutions and territoriality. Many are brightly colored, so they are popular in aquaria. [Wikipedia]

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