July 31, 2020
Weather：Sunny sometimes cloudy
Wind Direction：Southeast (6m/s)
Diving point (visibility)
☆ Oganzaki Light House, Ishigaki (20m)
☆ Sakieda Big Arch, Ishigaki (20m)
☆ Manta Scramble, Ishigaki (23m)
Time flies, and it is already the end of July…
No typhoon in July? That’s a problem, when you think about the water temperature. Although typhoons could be troublesome for dive cruise, but it is a necessary natural phenomena, as it stirs up sea water and cools down the surface temperature. Without typhoon this year, the water temperature is now edging up to 31C, and corals started to bleach…
Don’t like corona virus, but it is about time we need some typhoon 🙂
Well, the condition is great, so let’s enjoy the beautiful coral scenery while we can!
It pumps up my energy when I know our guests are having great time under the water 🙂
Check this out…
There are some nudibranchs, if you check carefully on the reef walls.
Juvenile Purplemask Angelfish.
Around 3cm in length, and its color pattern is the same as adult fish.
Lots of Parrotfish around the shallow area…
“Social distance, please!”
Red Spotted Blenny was watching curiously at the divers 🙂
Arches are great places to take memorial shots!
One of our German guest from Osaka celebrated his birthday today. Congratulations!
Sorry we couldn’t show you a manta, but hope you will have a chance next time!
Let’s enjoy August!
Prime Scuba Ishigaki
345-9, Maezato, Ishigaki, Okinawa 907-0002 Japan
Enjoy “prime” quality diving!