Jesse Schoff put up together an amazing video of his dive in Barracuda Point, Sipadan during his stay with us. His video is so clear that you could almost feel as if you were there.
The dive against debris is a continuous effort for conservation of the underwater. We at Seaventures Dive Rig try to catch up with our weekly underwater cleaning schedule to ensure that there will be minimal debris washed onto the house reef.
Sidemount diving is no longer used by technical divers only to penetrate the nook and cranny of caves. Many recreational divers are discovering the benefits of mounting cylinders on their sides.
Seaventures targets to organize a weekly clean-up and guests are all welcomed and encouraged to join in.
Thank you “Subwei” for the wonderfully put together video to share your experience of diving with Seaventures Dive Rig.
On the 13th February we reached the three quarters mark of our 100 days Clean Up marathon. With 75 days past there is much to look back on. But first things first: beginning of December the Seaventures Diveteam started the biggest Clean Up attempt that the Island of Mabul has
Seaventures Dive Rig supports the Stop Fish Bombing! Let’s play our part and spread the awareness. With your help, this destructive fishing activity can be stopped for good.