Category: Dive Sites

The Great Shark Release Day

Posted on 09/21/11 3 Comments

On September 3rd, Adventure Divers, Pattaya, partnered up with the Dive Tribe and Scuba With Mike to release 62 sharks back into the Gulf of Thailand.  This undertaking was the brain child of Gwyn Mills, founder of the Dive Tribe and environmental activist.  He had spent some of his money and and had managed to […]

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DAN 2001: No Basis for Diving Deep First

Posted on 02/28/11 No Comments

Reference: Little Increased Risk for Reverse Dive Profiles – Under Certain Circumstances, May 2001 Issue, Dr. Peter B. Bennett In November 1999, a group of Italian dive clubs and organizations invited Dr, Bennett to speak to an international meeting in Padova, near Venice. More than 500 divers attended. His topic was “Decompression Today: Algorithms and […]

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Diving with Rays and Sharks

Posted on 02/20/11 7 Comments

For a nice change, we did some aquarium diving recently. It was very fun! Try diving with Eagle Rays, Sharks, Tuna and Sea Turtles! You will love it!!

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HTMS Kut (US LSM-333 to THAI LSM-731)

Posted on 01/20/11 No Comments

Reference: Navsource Laid down, 13 July 1944, at Pullman Standard Car Manufacturing Company, Chicago, IL. Launched (date unknown) Commissioned USS LSM-333, 25 November 1944, LT. William Russell Schulhof, USNR in command During World War II LSM-333 was assigned to the Asiatic-Pacific Theater and participated in the Okinawa Gunto operation: (a) Assault and occupation of Okinawa Gunto, […]

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The Nation: “Closing Marine Parks Won’t Save Coral” says Director General Sunant.

Posted on 01/20/11 1 Comment

The National Park, Wildlife and Plant Conservation Department will not close all the marine national parks along the Andaman Sea coast to save damaged coral reefs from bleaching. “Closing the marine national parks will not help the coral reefs recover from bleaching,” the Department’s directorgeneral Sunant Arunnopparat said. The Marine and Coastal Resources Department prepared […]

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New Descent Line on the Khram

Posted on 01/12/11 No Comments

The descent line on the tower of the Khram really adds to the diving experience. Instead of a 24 meter descent to the stern or bow of the Khram (the stern descent remains), we can now descend down a line attached to the tower (no mooring!), where the top is around 9 meters under water. […]

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How Deep is the Khram and the Kood?

Posted on 12/29/10 1 Comment

Hi! How deep, at the top and bottom, are the two wrecks, the Khram and the Kood? Thanks!

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How Many Wrecks in Pattaya?

Posted on 12/29/10 2 Comments

Hi Robert! How many shipwrecks are in Pattaya for recreational divers?

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A Day with Us

Posted on 12/11/10 No Comments

A typical day out with Adventure Divers Pattaya, in photos.

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