PADI Business Academy follow up Liveaboard and some underwater moments on Koh Tao

This week, Bas came back from a Liveaboard organized by PADI as a Follow Up for the Business Academy that we attended last May. 

A 3 Days, 3 nights trip on the Similan Islands, during which people got to try Rebreathers and new equipment, got to share new ideas to improve the business and sales of the Dive Center they were representing and to go have also…some great laughs and late nights!

Coming from different places around Thailand as well as the surrounding countries, 18 of them got to let them self treated and got to enjoy the “eat, dive, sleep & repeat” beauty of a Liveaboard.

Tim Hunt, PADI Regional Manager

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Some of the underwater beauties we got to see…

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Similan Islands is not just amazing dive site, but there is also several Islands and Beaches accessible for amazing view and white sand.

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When comes the time to try the rebreather

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During this time on Koh Tao…we had the pleasure to dive again and again with Whale Sharks. It really look likes they love Koh Tao and we hope that each diver will respect them by not touching them and giving them their space and freedom. If everybody those it, they might even stay longer then we think!

On this picture, here is “John Boy”, filming the beautiful creature for the lucky Open Water Students having the chance to see one of those spotted fish on their dive no.3!!

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Everybody got to see it…and the happiness on their faces says it all!

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Also, a big Congratulation to Jenny, Jayde and Bono who completed their Open Water Course.

We got to dive on the Sattakut Wreck for their dive 3, on the last morning of their course. Flying into the blue, hovering around the wreck, looking at the history of it and the aquatic life that made it her home, they definitely enjoyed their morning.

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