Last week I was in Singapore for the DRT – Dive, Resort & Travel expo. It was as much fun catching up with the Singapore based brethren as it was manning the show. We made a few new friends and hopefully spread the Sea Rovers credo a bit further.
Latest gallery of the ‘Coral Bommie’ more to come including a video if I can upload it.
New review on Tripadvisor.
Can’t do much about the trash on Menjangan though other than complain to the National Park about cleaning it up some. Alls we can do is take our trash home and dispose of it properly.
5 of 5 stars Reviewed 24 May 2012 NEW
Wayan was a super guide and with all of us being experienced divers, he pointed us in the right direction and followed along at a leisurely pace, pointing out everything that he could find – which was lots!
Snorkellers outnumber the divers so cannot speak for them – may have been irritating for them to wait for us but there were many opportunities for them to try different areas. For me it was all magical!
Night dive under the jetty is highly recommended – lots of fascinating things to see. The mooring ropes of the variety of seacraft parked above you WILL try and catch you – you have to laugh at yourself.
Menjangen Island is a bit of a dump – deceased underwear and lost flip-flop and rubbish everywhere. The long drop toilet was pretty bad and full of bees! That’s a first.
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We’ll be there. Or at least the infamous Captain Paul will be there to meet and greet with photo’s, videos and some prizes to give away.
1st til 3rd June at the Suntec City, Singapore.
See you there.
Fresh off the screen printing press our new Pirate T-shirts and staff uniforms arrived. We still have the traditional Black & White T-shirts but we decided to try some different colours this year.
Limited stock so get yourselves over here.
New Polo shirts coming to a Sea Rovers near you soon.
Today we aided the Indonesian government as inspectors took out our very own ‘Nasty Nemo’, skippered by Capt Sahari, to test water quality in the local area. Taking samples between Pemuteran and Gondol from a range of 5 to 15 mtrs these scientists and inspectors spent 3 hours trawling the deeps to see what they could find.
Hopefully they’ll prove what we already know from previous tests, that the water quality in this area is bloody marvelous. 🙂