24-10-2011 Bill

Posted on 10/24/11 2 Comments

Today Bill came to dive with us after a seven years break from diving. We started with a easy, shallow scuba dive at Koh Man Wichai followed by second dive at Koh Klung Bedan. After everything was adjusted including perfect buoyancy we did our third dive on HTMS Kud.

Even after such a long period without scuba diving Bill did not forget anything. The visibility was also great and we enjoyed the beautiful colors of Pattaya's aquatic life. We saw Porcupine Puffer fishes, Pipefish, Clownfish in Anemones, Conshells, Crabs, Bamboo Sharks, and much more.

Whenever Bill comes back - moves to Pattaya to retire, we will dive together regularly. 🙂

Here are some pictures from the day. Click on them to enlarge and full size download.

Bill scuba diving at Koh Man Wichai   Sharks and porcupine puffer fish at Koh Klung Bedan   Scuba Diving with Bill at Koh Klung Bedan
And the video of the day is here too:


  1. Bill Vernor says:
    Saturday, November 19, 2011 at 2:48am

    Dear Robert and Crew,

    Now that I have returned from my trip to Thailand, I want to be sure and pass along to you and the entire crew my thanks for making my dive outing with you on Monday, October 24 such a wonderful and fulfilling experience.

    I could not have asked to have been diving with a more enjoyable and professional team. Your dive master Tomasz took special care to see I was outfitted properly and asked me to accompany him as his dive buddy on all three dives.

    The crew took care of our entries and exits, equipment changes and even found time to feed us some wonderful foods. It was a hassle-free, sun-filled day with lots to see.

    Thanks again. I have passed your business information along to my diving club out here in California. I hope they will have the opportunity in the future to enjoy a splendid outing like the one I had.

    With great respect and appreciation,
    Bill Vernor


    • Tomasz says:
      Friday, November 25, 2011 at 12:53pm

      Hi Bill,

      the DVD is on the way to you, but in the meantime you can have a look at it on this post.


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