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And we had another great cruise with a full boat, thanks to our 12 guests to make this possible. Mostly french people on board, and a good atmosphere floating in the air.
We had to modify a little bit our schedule because of the wind but we finally manage to go up north to Tower Rock, interesting dive site where we found some nice species, ghost pipefish, stonefish, octopus, eagle ray, blotched stingray, white and black tip sharks. So we will definitely go back up there.
I would like to give a special thanks to Klab, our captain who did quite few full night of navigation, and also on the day. A lot of miles navigated, and even when the sea was a bit ruff, he managed to deal with perfectly.
We will go back next month to explore some other part around the north of the Archipelago and we all look forward to explore some new divesites.
More photos of this trip in this facebook album:
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The Smiling Seahorse has been running dive cruises from Ranong since 2012.
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