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Lembeh and Johan, a Winning Combination

Lembeh and Johan, a Winning Combination

I would have to thumb through old and current passports to come up with the exact number, but off hand, Anna and I have made at least 20 extended trips to Lembeh Strait in Indonesia since our first visit in 1999. There are many reasons for such frequent visits, but ultimately it boils down to two factors: the animals and the dive guides. In our travels, we have yet to explore another bottom that consistently attracts … Read entire article »

Filed under: Indonesia, Lembeh

New Travel Edition of the Classic Reef Fish Identification

New Travel Edition of the Classic Reef Fish Identification

The digital age is upon us, but divers still want a book in their hands when they return from a dive to look up the fishes they encounter. At 3/4 of a pound, our new Reef Fish Identification – TRAVEL EDITION – Caribbean Bahamas South Florida is the answer! The Reef Fish Identification – Travel Edition is a Portable, lightweight field guide rugged enough for luggage, gearbag and boat. Durable waterproof and tear-proof PVC covers combined with sturdy plastic comb … Read entire article »

Filed under: New Book

A Fish Fancier’s Heaven is found in the Solomon Islands

A Fish Fancier’s Heaven is found in the Solomon Islands

November 2009 – Solomon Islands November 17, 2009 – A few minutes after landing at the Nadi Airport in Fiji we join up with the last of our group of 20 in the waiting area before boarding our final flight to the Solomon Islands. At the end of our multi-day aeronautical ordeal, awaits the Bilikiki, provisioned and ready to whisk us away for a two-week dive vacation. Ned and I feel like we’re among the last … Read entire article »

Filed under: Solomon Islands