Every day we share the wonders of the ocean with our valued guests. And of course, we always try and match the wonders underwater with superb service and food in between dives.
This week we’re sadly saying goodbye to PADI Instructor Jonatan Sanchez. Jona joined us two years ago and has been an integral part of, and leader to, the dive team. A talented underwater photographer, experienced recreational and tec instructor and a certified cave diver.
Seaventures Dive Rig offers unlimited house reef dive with our diving packages. Naturally, you would be wondering what marine creatures you can see at our house reef. Recent sightings are the Clown Frogfish or also known as Warty Frogfish.
The 100 days of Dive Against the Debris was an idea initiated by Seaventures’ PADI Instructor Brige Zintz. With the support of the dive team and management, the project saw its first dive on the 1st December 2015. Rig crews and guests took part in the historical underwater cleanup by collecting the rubbish and compiling the data
It’s done. 100 days of clean up are over and our team managed to accomplish the unbelievable. Within 100 days of daily clean up dives on our house reef we fished out 924.4kg of debris. Over the 100 days we had 126 groups that went for a clean up dive,
Another week is over and today, 3rd March, we start our last week of our 100 Days of Clean Up Project. 93 days have flown by so fast and the team is excited to bring the project to an end. The last seven days were the week of our Diveteam.
100 Days Clean Up – Day 86 Update