Still time to meet Captain Paul at ADEX in Singapore

Sea Rovers, Abyss Oceanworld & Reef Seen representing NW Bali Diving at ADEX

L-R Daniel Stilwell (from Abyss Oceanworld), our very own Cap’n Paul Turley of Sea Rovers, and Paul Brown (from Reef Seen) representing NW Bali Diving at ADEX

If you be in Singapore, check out the ADEX Ocean 17 Festival. You can meet Captain Paul at the NW Bali Diving booth L25. Stop by to shake his hand, down some rum, or better yet–sign up for a trip to dive/snorkel with Sea Rovers in lovely Pemuteran, Bali.


Watch some cool UW videos

ADEX Ocean 17 Festival

Coming to Singapore and an ADEX near you

promoting NW Bali at ADEX

Final Preparation for ADEX 2017, Singapore 7th, 8th & 9th April @Suntec

Getting ready for ADEX, this weekend where, left to right, Daniel (Abyss), Chris (Reef Seen) and myself, the infamous Captain Paul of Sea Rovers 😉  Will be doing our best to promote Northwest Bali Diving & Snorkeling.

There will also be a special prize draw. So come on down to Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre, Level 4, Halls 401 – 404, and sign yourself aboard.

You’ll find us opposite the Ocean Gallery at booth L25.

Westward Bound & Warty Frogfish

The Westward Bound trip is not something we do often. Most guests want to go all the way to Menjangan Island. But thats a shame because these reefs have a lot to offer and some of the walls are equally as good as Menjangan Island but with less divers around. Actually none we we’re the only boat for miles 🙂

Unfortunately I only had the GoPro with me and the second dive the batteries were dead 🙁 However at the end of a 111 minute dive (yes thats right, we have long long dives here) 🙂 we found this little beauty and I managed to squeeze some juice out of the camera.

Video from dive one at will be a while in coming. But will get it together eventually.

Canyon Wreck Revisited

Lost Pirate treasure ship found off the Pemuteran coast. (Again 🙂

Diver on Coral Canyon Wreck, Pemuteran, Bali
Pirate Brethren Bruce swimming over the decks looking for lost doubloons.

Coral Canyon Wreck, looking at the Starboard side towards the bows, Pemuteran, Bali
Side view

Coral Canyon Wreck looking over the decks while Abdul examines the hold, Pemuteran, Bali
Abdul checks out the hold for valuable cargo

Coral Canyon Wreck looking up through the hold, Pemuteran, Bali
Guess the cargo is gone.

Diver Bruce swimming along the port side of Coral Canyon Wreck, Pemuteran, Bali
Her rigging amazingly still intact as Bruce cruises along her side.

Diver Simon photographs critters on Coral Canyon Wreck, Pemuteran, Bali
Simon finds something interesting to Photograph.

Pirate Divers Bruce and Simon coming up from Coral Canyon Wreck, Pemuteran, Bali
Simon & Bruce coming up from the depths.

Pirate Divers Bruce and Simon enjoying Coral Canyon, Pemuteran, Bali
Bruce and Simon enjoying some of the most pristine coral formations to be found this side of Bali.

Divers Bruce & trainee guide Abdul enjoy the shallows on Coral Canyon, Pemuteran, Bali
Bruce and Abdul (dive guide in training) exploring the shallower reefs.

Canyon Wreck was sunk some 4 years ago and is still in remarkable condition for a wooden vessel.

Again part of the still on going Reef Gardeners project.

An interesting dive at a depth of 30mtrs coming up into a beautiful coral canyon.

The Captain

Sea Rovers Message in e-bottle The pirates who dive
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