Kuroshima Manta in a rainy day
January 16, 2019
Wind Direction：North northeast (7m/s)
Diving point (visibility)
☆ Potato Reef, Taketomi (15m)
☆ Turtle Point, Kuroshima (18m)
☆ Nakamoto Cave, Kuroshima (16m)
It was sooo sunny yesterday and there was no guest! What happened to everyone?
It was rainy today, but we had three guests from Hong Kong, and we cruised down to Taketomi and Kuroshima area. Somehow there were lots of Nimo eggs everywhere we dived today!
We saw eggs of Giant cuttlefish, but not the cuttlefish themselves. We found them in Kuroshima though.
This one was looking for a partner. Do you know of anyone?
There were two Green turtles chasing each other at Kuroshima Turtle point.
“There’s a Manta!” – our staff came right out of the water after setting anchor at the rear and shouted at us. All of us jumped in quickly with our gear, and one small Manta was hovering around the reef for sometime♪
It swam away after a while, but came back to say good-bye!
Check our Facebook page for the video clip!
There was a huge Painted spiny lobster in the cave.
The resident Whitetip reef shark had a shark sucker on its back. I know this guy since he was still a small baby. You have come a long way, dude.
We have a group from Hong Kong tomorrow!
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