Ann poses along the wall at Pos II and gets photo-bombed by brethren John & Gwen
Ann hovers like a pro along the wall at Dreamland in Menjangan
Ann came to Sea Rovers in NW Bali after getting her Open Water certification a few years ago. Since she didn’t have any diving experience beyond her OW class, she did a refresher course with instructor Wayan in Mucky Pirates Bay before continuing with her 3-day dive package that included diving in both Pemuteran Bay and Menjangan. As you can see from the photos, her improved buoyancy skills allowed her to really enjoy the impressive wall dives at Dreamland and Pos II in Menjangan. Hope you will back to see us again soon, Ann, now that you are officially one of the Sea Rovers Brethren.
Initiates into the Brethren Stanislav & Tatiana from Russia
All is OK with Tatiana on Coral Bommie
Stanislav explores the artificial reef at Coral Bommie
Stanislav and Tatiana were initiated into the Brethren this week. They enjoyed both Pemuteran and Menjangan during their 3 days of diving with us. Come back soon guys!
Congratulations to Lewis, who became the newest member of the Sea Rovers Brethren today. He completed his 3-day SSI Open Water course under the watchful eye of instructor Wayan. We hope that this is just the beginning of many amazing underwater adventures for you. Come back soon to get your Advanced!
Wayan shows Lewis how to use a dive computer
Lewis signals OK on his training dive at Coral Bommie
Lewis is now an Open Water Diver!
Katyiza getting tips on buoyancy control from instructor Wayan
Katyiza, a new member of the Brethren, is spending time in Bali on a 4-month sabbatical from her job. She doesn’t yet have a lot of dives under her belt, but she’s getting better each time under the watchful eye of Wayan. Today the focus was on buoyancy control–the small adjustments that make a big difference. Tomorrow she’s heading to Menjangan for her first true wall dive experience. Enjoy!
Rachel & the Captain
Rachel finished her Open Water training with the Captain yesterday. She wants to come back soon to gain more experience and explore underwater photography.
Our resident retired photo wench Kat snapped Rachel demonstrating her new-found ability to hover.
Look Ma–no hands!