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Marking World Ocean Day in Borneo


June 8th was World Ocean Day!

We realise that when you go diving everyday you might take the blue sea for granted and forget that we are directly responsible in taking care of the ocean.

So to mark this important day and also to remind ourselves to keep the ocean clean, we collected one piece of rubbish during our dives that day. We also took a look at ourselves and asked how we can personally reduce the trash that ends up in the ocean.

We hope everyone, divers and non-divers alike, realise that each of us has a part to play.

If you have any thoughts or ideas for the conservation of the ocean, then share it with you friends either through speaking or through any online medium.

Spread the awareness!

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