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Monday, October 26, 2009

Yvonne's First Seahorse

my first seahorse, thanks for that.


Yvonne's 1st Seahorse, Secret Bay, NW Bali

Your welcome ;-)

The Captain & his piratical crew

Monday, October 5, 2009

Shark infested diver silliness

Our little Mamiko, already three trips out in the space of a year and planning more. These are her photos and this time I decided to add some silliness to the equation with just a dash of shark to excite the mix. Enjoy

Mamiko prepares to roll, menjangan island, Bali
Mamiko getting ready for the off at Menjangan Island, with the assistance of Captain Botac

Going down! Menjangan Island, Bali
Dive! Dive! Dive! as Mamiko drops into the blue.

Three little white tip reef sharks are we, swimming we toothy glee.
Shark! Shark! Shark! Three white tip reef sharks off Menjangan Island. Are you Scared? Well you shouldn't be. Your on a Sea Rovers dive :-)

White tip reef shark, the close up
Zoom! Zoom! Zoom! Ready for my close up Mamiko.

Some deep Blue Lovin' going on. Dudes!
Kiss! Snog! Smooch! Hans & Corrie putting the Blue in deep blue sea.

Look Ma! I'm upside down :-)
Avast ye Mister Hans your a Nutter!

And thus ends our Sharks and Silly moments. Thank you for diving Sea Rovers and please don't unfasten your belts till the current has come to a complete stop.

Your Captain

Thursday, October 1, 2009

Fare thee well to Trainees

Commodore Kerry made it over for a few week in September and October, Just in time to say farewell to our trainees. Three months hard labour aboard the good divebase Sea Rovers, Pemuteran.

Commodore, Captain and Crew toast farewell to the trainees
Slainte Mhath fellow Brethren

Ditta presents Budi with his certificate
Reception Wench and Kommissaris Ditta Presents Mr Putu Epot Budi Arsana with his certificate

Captain Paul, Jolly well done Mr Putu
Yours truly, Captain Paul presenting Mr Putu Mangku with his Certificate.

Commodore Kerry, Splendid job Mr Kadek
And last but by no means least our Commodore Kerry presents Mr Kadek Karsana with his certificate

We wish them well and success in their future careers, whatever they may be and who knows, as we expand perhaps you'll see one of these faces again as our next Captain or Divemaster.

Good Luck Lads

The Captain