"Long-spine porcupinefish" has been discovered on these dives

  • Carlos / Tortuga

    Sat 29, December 2018

    Divemaster: Marine Boat name: Cologne Claudia Boat Captain: Rosendo Nitrox: 33%

  • Carlos / Corridas

    Sat 29, December 2018

    Divemaster: Marine Boat name: Cologne Claudia Boat Captain: Rosendo Nitrox: 32%

  • Carlos / Cola De Ballena

    Thu 27, December 2018

    Divemaster: Marine Boat name: Cologne Claudia Boat Captain: Rosendo Nitrox: 33%

  • Carlos / Cabeza De Mono

    Thu 27, December 2018

    Divemaster: Marine Boat name: Cologne Claudia Boat Captain: Rosendo Nitrox: 31%

  • Carlos / Cola De Ballena

    Wed 26, December 2018

    Divemaster: Marine Boat name: Cologne Claudia Boat Captain: Rosendo Nitrox: 26%

  • Carlos / Cabeza De Mono

    Wed 26, December 2018

    Divemaster: Marine Boat name: Cologne Claudia Boat Captain: Rosendo Nitrox: 33%

  • Carlos / Sorpresa

    Sun 30, December 2018

    Divemaster: Marine Boat name: Cologne Claudia Boat Captain: Rosendo Nitrox: 33%

  • Carlos / Sorpresa

    Sun 30, December 2018

    Divemaster: Marine Boat name: Cologne Claudia Boat Captain: Rosendo Nitrox: 33%

  • Carlos / Stella Reef

    Mon 29, December 2014

    Open Water Training

  • Viv Thompson / Kled Gaeow Wreck

    Sat 3, February 2018

    Another stunning dive on a fantastic wreck, huge Lionfish

  • The purpose of this dive was to see the manta rays approach the cleaning station at a coral formation in Maupiti's lagoon. When we got in the water we saw already two mantas from the surface. Then we descended and spent most of the dive still watching the mantas come to get cleaned and go. We saw a total of 4 of them. After a while we went for a swim and we saw a couple of beautiful puffer fish. The bottom was pretty much sand, not many corals due to the cyclone a few years back.

  • Amie Benge / Ex Hmas Adelaide

    Thu 28, November 2013

  • The purpose of this dive was to see the manta rays approach the cleaning station at a coral formation in Maupiti's lagoon. When we got in the water we saw already two mantas from the surface. Then we descended and spent most of the dive still watching the mantas come to get cleaned and go. We saw a total of 4 of them. After a while we went for a swim and we saw a couple of beautiful puffer fish. The bottom was pretty much sand, not many corals due to the cyclone a few years back.

  • Greg Dietz / Car Pile

    Thu 13, August 2009

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