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Bluewater Scuba Group – First Time Muck Divers



 

This was Bluewater Scuba’s first time to Indonesia, and they weren’t too sure about the term “muck diving”.  But once they tried it out, the group loved the diving, and were amazed at the diversity in Lembeh Strait.  The group, headed up by owner of Bluewater Scuba, Steve Slattery, loved the fact that here at Critters@Lembeh, we offer full day trips to Bangka Island, as well as wide-angle diving on the north side of Lembeh.  Steve is looking forward to his return trip in August with another group!
Thanks to everyone for trying out “muck diving” for the first time, and we are so happy that you enjoyed it!





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PHILLIP ZETTEL & MARA RISSISwitzerland


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