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Underwater clean up in Amed, Bali


On February 16th we conducted a short underwater cleanup in Jemeluk Bay, Amed, Bali.

Amed is only a small fishing village but attracts more tourists every year. As part of your new Eco Divemaster Internship we therefore organised an underwater cleanup. With only 45 minutes of cleaning, we collected tyres, towels, clothing fragments and plastics. 

Apart from this, we also had loads of fun during our night dive on the 15th, and an AIDA 1 star freedive course with our instructor Oli. A realy eyeopener; some thing are completely different compared to Scuba, but there are definately many benefits for us. You should all try this at least onces! 

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