Tuesday, 29 May 2012


We are delighted - and immensely proud - to have achieved Green Star Award status with PADI today. To do this we proved to PADI that we put into practice what we believe in to help protect, conserve and educate. There are obvious things you already know us for. Working with the Reef Gardeners to physically keep the reefs in good shape. Talking to our many guests and visitors to take care when they go in to the sea whether for diving, snorkelling and even just swimming - the reefs are beautiful and we want them to stay that way. And then there are many not so obvious things for reducing our impact on the environment including recycling materials, low energy lighting, sustainable energy sources, bio-septic tanks and many more. Come and see for yourselves. Why not join in next month and make it count on World Oceans day 8 June....

Friday, 25 May 2012

Little Critters rule

Our friends from Germany, Holger and Sula, return for their fourth (or is it fifth) year running to Reef Seen and Pemuteran. Seems they just can't get enough. A new exploration for them to day to Spooky point, near Napoleon Reef did not disappoint on the expansive slightky eerie coral landscape. Holger described it as like being in Tim Burton's film, Sleepy Hollow. Many nudibranch, the frilly dancing juvenile clown sweetlips, flathead crocodile fish and the smallest dragonette you can imagine included in the cast.