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Keep up to date with the latest news from Scubafish

As part of our activities for International Clean-Up Day 2010, Narima Diving and Scubafish staff (plus many of our local business friends) went back to school! The diving community have a responsibility to foster environmental awareness, responsible attitudes and values. Narima Diving & Scubafish aim […]

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Our Silhouettes Gallery: In our Silhouettes Gallery, you will find a collection of underwater silhouette images taken from the dive sites around Ko Lanta. A classic silhouette shot features a dark or black foreground subject with the sun positioned directly behind it in the frame, […]

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What is International Clean-Up Day 2010(ICD)? This annual event (originally started 25 years ago by The Ocean Conservancy, and supported by Project AWARE) is the world’s largest volunteer effort for the marine environment, working towards global solutions to marine debris through the cumulative efforts of […]

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Narima Diving and Scubafish are busy preparing for this year’s International Coastal Clean-Up Day, the world’s largest volunteer event for marine environment. Last year we launched our ‘Do Something Drastic- Say No to Plastic Campaign’, highlighting our over-dependence on plastic bags. In Thailand alone, 15% […]

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Here it is…Save our Fins: The Video Proof!

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Save our Fins Event: The ‘Save our Fins Event’ 3-legged fin race was an event organised by Fish4divers.com, to help raise awareness about shark finning (and much needed funds) to help the Shark Trust continue their constant fight to protect our ocean’s sharks. Fish4divers.com called […]

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Raise Awareness at the Save our Fins Event! Grab a buddy and join us for a three-legged fin tournament. Help raise awareness about shark finning at the Save our Fins Event. What: Three-Legged Fin Tournament. When: 17th July, 5.30pm. Where: Meet at White Rock, Klong […]

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Liquid Lense’s Underwater Video at Hin Muang: Underwater Video at Hin Muang – Video Dive Site Guide to Hin Muang with Scubafish. World-famous dive site Hin Muang, lies just a few hundred metres to the west of Hin Daeng out in the Andaman Sea. This […]

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Methodology in Choosing a Photo Camera Housing If you’re reading this article, then you probably already have the underwater photography bug and are seriously considering choosing a photo camera housing. No doubt you’ve seen some incredible underwater photos in dive magazines or had a go […]

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Liquid Lense‘s Underwater Video at Hin Daeng : The underwater seamount of Hin Daeng extends out in all directions to a depth of more than 50 metres and is home to a huge variety of larger marine life. You’ll bear witness to many awe-inspiring sites […]

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Enjoy great diving with fantastic underwater photography opportunities at Ko Haa Lagoon. Cruising into the picture perfect lagoon of Ko Haa is a treat for novice and experienced divers alike with its white sandy beach, stunning karst islands & crystal clear waters. The lagoon is […]

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Sharks need your help– Project AWARE are calling for help in their campaign to secure protection for sharks. They’re working to close loopholes in shark legislation, support establishment of effective MPA networks and engage divers in underwater research, data collection and awareness projects. Sharks continue […]

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What to Look for in Choosing a Video Camera Housing: So, you’re interested in getting into underwater videography? There’s no doubting that it’s an expensive hobby, especially in terms of the equipment you need to buy. This means that in choosing a video camera housing […]

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The fourth annual Earth Hour is upon us, Scubafish and Liquid Lense are joining in and turning off our lights tonight between 8.30pm-9.30pm. Earth Hour 2010 takes place at 8.30pm (local time) and is a global call to action to every individual, every business and […]

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Underwater Video Guide to Ko Haa Cavern, with Scubafish. Ko Haa Yai is the biggest of the five islands that make up Ko Haa and is one of the most spectacular. It is most famous for the enormous caves know as ‘The Cathedral‘ – two […]

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