Giving something back to the sea is how our guests and staff see regular clean up events. World Ocean Day was no different, with instructor Valerii and his guests picking up the litter from Eagle Ray Bay on the 2 house reef dives. Our heros dived for 6 kilos of debris finding mainly food and beverage packaging along Eagle Ray Bay. However, we are pleased it was such a small amount as our instructors regularly collect rubbish during the daily dives anyway keeping the house reef spic and span!
THE GREAT DIVE PARTY is the most important Diving event in Argentina, we held for 6th time. It's a party where shoals abound divers, attending divers of all levels and certifications, but is also open to the non diver public.
We had another successful underwater cleanup on Saturday June the 13, 2015. Ten divers cleaned up different parts of Little Pond in Morton Park, Plymouth MA where we have conducted underwater cleanups at for many years. Each year the pond looks better and this year we were happy to see groups of small fish and turtles in different parts of the pond that we haven't seen before! Many thanks to all of the volunteers that made a differece for Mother Earth this weekend!
Big Blue teamed up with the Vanautu Government's Department of Environmental Protection and Conservation and the Vanautu Envrionmental Science Society (VESS) for National Environment Week and held a Dive Against Debis and an underwater photo competition last weekend. The dive against debris was a separate dive from the project we have been running with our professioonal divers to remove the debris from the seafront which resulted from cyclone Pam. This dive was open for any diver to join in.
This weekend 9 divers came together and cleaned up the seabed of Bourkari Port at Kea Island!!!! Lets all try and keep our seas clean and protected!!! Thank you all our friends for taking part and those who supported us throughout the cleaning!
What a great day! More than 60 volunteer divers joined together to clean up the rubbish dumped from land and from boats around the harbor in Nynashamn, Sweden. 50 large bags kindly donated by BIG BAG AB were ready to be filled with the rubbish collected by the participating divers.
A total of 55kg of rubbish was collected on Wednesday the 27th of May by the dive against debris team made up of twenty-three divers from Ban's Diving Resort and Sunshine Divers. The team targeted Laem Thien and Hin Wong Bay on the east coast of Koh Tao, Thailand. It was amazing to see so many divers working together to help keep our beautiful island the paradise that we all love. As scuba divers we are the ambassadors for the aquatic environment; the ocean requires our respect and protection.
So its been a while since we did a Dive Against Debris here at Asia Divers. So we got back to it during the Instructor Development Course to make sure our new PADI Instructors know how to be a good role model when it come to the environment. We found all sorts of trash but the main items where plastic rappers and fishing lines Thanks to Ferdi, Eric, Junie, Cris and Charmaine for taking part in the clean up, I hope it inspires you all to think more about the environment, so our children's children can see all the amazing things we saw.