Tuna, tuna tuna!

May 9, 2022


Weather: Cloudy then rainy
Ground Temperature: 27℃
Water Temperature: 26℃
Wind Direction: Northeast (2→5m/s)
Swell: 1.5m


Diving point (visibility)


☆ Potato Reef, Taketomi Island (15m)
☆ The submarine, Taketomi Island (20m)
☆ Tokakin Reef, Taketomi Island (20m)



It was cloudy in the morning, and the sky was covered with thick clouds…

Looks like it rained heavily during our first dive, and we could even hear the sound in the water.


Today we visited three diving points around Taketomi Island.

Although the water visibility was not great, there were lots of things to see around the white sand point.


A Blue-spotted stingray was looking for some things to eat.


Take out your torch, and look around the reef. You will always find something interesting.


A juvenile Emperor angelfish!


This Cleaner shrimp was almost 3cm big.


The second dive point was the Submarine, and the water visibility was a bit better around there.


There are many tunnels around this area.


For the afternoon dive, we went to the Tokakin Reef, looking around for some big fish.

Although the water temperature has risen, there still were many Dogtooth tunas!


And the area was covered with lots of Fusiliers!


Today we celebrated the 100th memorial dive for one of our repeater guests.

Congratulations, and looking forward to celebrating the 200th dive!


Well, the long GW holiday season of 2022 is now over, and it will be a quiet period before the real summer kicks in.


Come join our dive cruise in Ishigaki!


Prime Scuba Ishigaki

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

Enjoy “prime” quality diving!