Recent visit by the Green School out of the landlocked Port of Ubud, (http://www.greenschool.org) turned out to be a good opportunity to put the Nasty Nemo through her paces. And she handled it all with easy and space to spare.
The Green School was up on a field trip to the Biorock Project. Where they learn how to electrify coral to good effect 😉 After a morning of learning and snorkeling the projects they took a break to explore a local reef (Close Encounters) where they got to see first hand what can happen when local businesses work with the village and fishing community to help protect the local marine environment in a sustainable way.
The Next day they head out again this time to visit the Solar Powered Biorock offshore structures. The Biowreck and BioBoomer. The later named in honour of the once long time resident of the of the Turtle Project, run by my old mate Chris Brown just down the beach from us. Another longtime resident and local Eco warrior.
Then its prepare for the beach and Mucky Pirates Bay clean up.
DiveMaster Made and Captain Sahari lend a helping hand.
Despite the lousy visibility everyone heads out with a modicum of enthusiasm on their perilous mission to rid our bay of marauding plastic.
A Junior Eco Wench is Joined by Captain Botac scouring the Bay for hidden enemies amongst the fishing boats.
After a hard morning of snorkeling, diving and rescuing our beloved and now not so Mucky Pirates Bay. The lads and lasses of the Green School sit down to enjoy a well earned Nasi Bungkus.
And thus their day ends with a swift voyage home and memories of noble deeds and plastic vanquished on the shores of Pemuteran.
Garr! Guys n we be hopin’ ta seeing ye all again.
No big events. We officially became PT. Sea Rovers, as our licenses continues its meandering pace through the bureaucracy that constitutes any governments processes.
Mucky Pirates Bay, continues to show us its wonders. With the recent finding of Mandarinfish on the opposite side, this just adds more for us to show you.
Yellow Pygmy seahorses on Napoleon Reef an added attraction.
And after running for a couple of months now, we can now refine trip times for Menjangan to 20-30 mins at touring speed. Imaging how long it’d take if we really let rip. So the ‘Vicious Guppy’ lives up to her name. Garr!!!
Following trends in marketing we can officially declare ourselves an Eco-Friendly Dive Centre, we recycle our air 100%.