"Oceanic white-tip shark" has been discovered on these dives

  • Viv Thompson / Angothi Thila

    Tue 18, November 2003

    Angoga Tila Maldives: Open Water Dive on a fantastic Attol, Visibility 8-10 Mtrs. lovely dive - huge Turtles and lobsters, fantastic sea life in a colideascope of colours. Sara Weekers with a large group.

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  • Andrea Jou / Coral Gardens

    Sun 20, April 2014

    It is already the last dive of the trip, NOOOOOOO. We had a wonderful time in the first experience as a dive aboard. Went down again to the green coral roses and then start swimming to the left with the 25 on the right. Spotted 3 white tip sharks, 2 grey reef sharks, a big cod fish and arrived to the end, but I wanted to continue swimming to the current and spotted a school of barracudas in a circle, just AMAZING!!!!!!!! I went to deep so had to do some decompression time ;(, I was too excited about the dive. INCREDIBLE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Andrea Jou / Little Tracy

    Sun 20, April 2014

    Woke up at 5.45am and saw the sunset while Taryn was doing the beefing, just amazing colors. Great experience. Jumped on the water quick to have more diving time and spotted a white tip shark. Then swam to Little tracys where we got lost the day before. On the way saw a big school of humphed parrot fish swimming in a circle. DId 2 tours around the coral rock, went through a small cave and saw lots of coral fish. Some more parrot fish in a cave and lots of different anemone fish. AMAZING!

  • Andrea Jou / Gordon's Mooring

    Sat 19, April 2014

    I am very happy we did this dive as a guided dive. Jumped on the water and spotted a grey reef shark, then went through the gates again and directly to Brians cave (where the turtle of 5m sleeps). How amazing is to see such a big turtle. Then spotted another turtle (nick) swimming around. Continued the dive and saw a lion fish, a sea star and at the end 10 sharks around the boat. JUST AMAZING!!!!!

  • Andrea Jou / Gordons Mooring

    Sat 19, April 2014

    This dive site is also known as Mickey Mouse for the instructors. We jumped from the boat and went through the gates to make the orientation easier. At the beginning of the dive had some trouble with the left ear, didn't equalize! Spotted 3 turtles swimming around and eating, colorful clams and 2 white tip sharks, then went through a hole and got a bit lost. Saw a huge cuttle fish and start swimming left getting far from the boat. Had to go a bit of swimming at the end.

  • Andrea Jou / Tennis Court

    Sat 19, April 2014

    We start the dive just under the boat and the first thing we see is a white tip shark, amazing. Afterwards found some interesting coral fish, honeycomb cod, red bass, buterfly fish, nemo, a blue spotted ray and a cod opening teh big mouth with teeth. AT the end of the dive we went to do a tour on the tennis court and saw a huge clam of 110 years old.

  • Very windy and a bit rough. The first part of the dive the visibility was not great and there was no much action going on, but as we went on things started to improve. At first we saw a few sharks (grey reef and white tips) and some schools of jacks. Towards the end we've seen three manta rays and a school of barracudas.

  • Andrea Jou / Ohotu

    Thu 25, July 2013

    First dive in Fakarava. Amazing corals and so much fish around. A few white tip sharks and lots of grey reef sharks. We've seen a lot of fish getting cleaned by smaller fish, the most spectacular being the unicorn fish, who changes colour completely when being serviced. There were also big tunas swimming in the blue. Couple of big napoleons and a small moray eel.

  • Andrea Jou / Ohotu

    Fri 26, July 2013

    For this dive we got in way further from the pass, where the current was much softer. The corals in this area were breathtaking and the life so rich as well. Lots of grey sharks and a couple of white tips. We saw a juvenile yellowtail corion, super small and red and white in color. A few eels, some tunas and at the very end we spotted two eagle rays playing at the edge of the reef. Also some schools of big fish such as jacks and barracudas and s couple of milkfish.

  • Andrea Jou / Maiuru

    Sat 27, July 2013

    We descended and were quickly surrounded by three grey reef sharks who were a bit nervous with their lateral fins pointing downwards. Once they calmed down they left and we continued. Beautiful coral gardens where we spotted some small stuff such as nudibranchs and crabs hiding in the corals. Also in the blue some tunas and a few more sharks (gray, white tip)

  • Victor Garcia / Little Tracy

    Sun 20, April 2014

  • Victor Garcia / Tennis Courts

    Sat 19, April 2014

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