When I first started as a dive guide I was amazed at the disrespectful and inconsiderate behavior of many divers on board. It cannot be the case that divers travel to special places to see nature and then just destroy everything during the dive. And really as a guide you see the most amazing things, as I recently dived with Michael, a relatively experienced diver who travels to all corners of the world.
My first tiger shark Years ago I mainly worked in the south of the Red Sea on a Liveaboard, which departed from Port Ghalib. As a rule we did trips to the Deep South (Saint Johns), The Brother Islands or Daedalus, but Rocky Island and Zabargad were still quite new to me. The week before … Continue reading My first tiger shark
Two sisters were on a journey with their husbands, a fantastic tour of the central atolls of the Maldives and I met them when they came on board with me. A wonderful week of diving in the beautiful tropical water with the wish to dive with mantas. Not only many mantas but also a few whale sharks joined us on our dives that week and although the sisters' wish had been granted, their greatest adventure had not yet begun.
Do you know how to dive with the longimanus shark? To dive safely with there animals there are a few rules to follow.
Diving with sharks is an experience of a life time. I have been very lucky to do so on a daily tot weekly basis.
Isn't that funny, a shark that walks with its pectoral fins. As I travelled with SY Indo Siren through Raja Ampat Indonesia we encountered quite a few of these sharks. They are not very big, maybe running up to 80cm. And in general seen at night. Have a look at this: Hugs and Bubbles, Anke … Continue reading WALKING SHARK 😉
For my second week on MV Blue Horizon we travelled to Brother, Daedalus and Elphinstone. Simply the best reef dives of the red sea.
What a great adventure diving the Maldives. Check out the movie of my latest trip.
These gentle nurses come up close and personal 😉
A dive not to miss as you visit the Maldives. Check out the video.