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17
SEP
2015

GALAPAGOS IST DER EVEREST FÜR TAUCHER

Published – Silent World issue 4-2015.
14
SEP
2015

A ghost city

After the battles of Truk, the Japanese ships sank with their crews inside, filling them with human skeletons that can still be seen all these years later.
09
SEP
2015

Truk Lagoon Sharks

Truk Lagoon, or Chuuk Lagoon as the Chuukese call it, is widely known as the Wreck Diving Capital of the World. Indeed, with more than 60 shipwrecks frozen in time, these atolls have become not only an underwater museum, but also a huge artificial reef full of life, including sharks!
01
SEP
2015

The Red Lipped Batfish of the Galapagos

  The Red Lipped Batfish  look like they have gone over the top slightly with red lipstick, which some scientists believe is for the male to attract the female. What’s also interesting about this strange sea creature is that they are terrible swimmers. Instead of swimming...
20
AUG
2015

Enter inside the Rio de Janeiro Maru Wreck

The more you know about each Truk wreck, the more you will get out of your dives on board the Truk Master Liveaboard…. Today, the Rio de Janeiro Maru wreck.
19
AUG
2015

Enter inside the Nippo Maru Wreck

The more you know about each Truk wreck, the more you will get out of your dives on board the Truk Master Liveaboard…. Today, the Nippo Maru wreck.
18
AUG
2015

Enter inside the San Francisco Maru Wreck

The more you know about each Truk wreck, the more you will get out of your dives on board the Truk Master Liveaboard…. Today, the San Francisco Maru wreck.
17
AUG
2015

Enter inside the Fujikawa Maru wreck

The more you know about each Truk wreck, the more you will get out of your dives on board the Truk Master Liveaboard…. Today, the Fujikawa Maru wreck.
28
MAY
2015

The Galapagos Master maiden trip!

Date: 18 May – 28 May 2015 By: Mark Shandur                ©Marcel Wilpernig   Located at the junction of three ocean currents, the Galapagos are a spectacular melting pot of marine species. Our excitement could not be contained as we made our way to the Galapagos...