Good bye summer

September 20, 2018


Ground Temperature:32℃
Water Temperature:29℃
Wind Direction:Southeast (3m/s)
Swell: 1m


Diving point (visibility)


☆ Submarine, Taketomi (22m)
☆ Osaki Sand Garden, Ishigaki (16m)
☆ Kabira Manta Point, Ishigaki (18m)


After busy long summer days, gentle breeze started to bring whispers of autumn.

It looks as if everyone is trying to fill their stomach with as much summer memories as possible before hibernation… Don’t worry, you don’t need to hibernate, and diving is always available in Ishigaki, all year round!


Taketomi Submarine has many swim throughs, and is the best place to enjoy practicing buoyancy control.


There were lots of Longfin batfish at Osaki Sand Garden. Some of them were having their body cleaned by cleaner wrasse 🙂


Caves were still full of Cardinalfish.


Flowery flounder was sticking its eyes out of sand.


Some lucky team saw a sleeping Green turtle 🙂


A Cleaner wrasse was cleaning the mouse of a big Moray eel.


Unfortunately not everyone saw a manta today – it passed by very quickly!

Hope everyone still enjoyed the dive cruise!



Prime Scuba Ishigaki
345-9, Maezato, Ishigaki, Okinawa 907-0002 Japan