Junior Diver Courses Batam – Trip Report – 4 to 6 June 2017

Junior Diver Courses Batam – GS-Diving is constantly on the lookout for new dive sites to create new diving experiences and make our trips more interesting for all divers. On 4-6 June, our crew and some Open Water students went to Nikoi Island on Seaborne for a wreck exploration trip. We were beaming with joy when we spotted the Sarawak Maru wreck on the morning of 5 June! This WWII Japanese tanker which sunk in 1945 is about 121m long with the wreck still intact, wonderful for divers who love the thrill of exploring wrecks! Even spotted a giant and curious grouper which followed the group around. The max depth of the wreck site is about 28m, suitable for all Advanced Open Water divers and above.

Great visibility of 10-15m and beautiful marine life spotted at all the dive sites we visited. Saw lots of nudibranches, crabs, shrimps, puffer fish, cuttlefish, octopus and more with healthy corals!

We are organising two trips to Nikoi on 16-18 June and 30 June-2 July. Register now to join us to explore these new dive sites as places are limited!

GS-Diving is a dive school in Singapore which specializes in PADI scuba diving courses in Batam, Bintan and Tioman, from Open Water to Assistant Instructor on liveaboard MV Seaborne. We offer the lowest all-inclusive packages for liveaboard scuba diving courses in Singapore every weekend with small student groups.  Other scuba diving specialty courses are also available on request. We are a top-rated dive school in Singapore with excellent reviews. Our success lies upon our experienced and dedicated PADI dive instructors, who always give their best to ensure that all students have a safe and enjoyable scuba diving experience.

You have the freedom to scuba dive with a buddy, independently or with a professional. Discover the millions of wonderful, colourful and excitingly diversified marine ecology in our oceans.In the midst of fun carefree diving, not only will you encounter fascinating underwater marine life, you will also meet many interesting people too. After all, divers are people who know how to have fun and explore new places. Scuba diving allows you to explore the underwater world – from historic shipwrecks and pristine reefs to the mysteries of your local quarry.Connect with nature and immerse yourself in new sensations and experiences. Diving will transform your perception of life forever! Become a scuba diver and explore what you’ve been missing!

Links for all courses – https://www.gs-diving.com/padi-courses/

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Seaborne – Nikoi Wreck Exploration 4-6 June 2017

GS-Diving is constantly on the lookout for new dive sites to create new diving experiences and make our trips more interesting for all divers. On 4-6 June, our crew and some Open Water students went to Nikoi Island on #Seaborne for a wreck exploration trip. We were beaming with joy when we spotted the Sarawak Maru wreck on the morning of 5 June! This WWII Japanese tanker which sunk in 1945 is about 121m long with the wreck still intact, wonderful for divers who love the thrill of exploring wrecks! Even spotted a giant and curious grouper which followed the group around. The max depth of the wreck site is about 28m, suitable for all Advanced Open Water divers and above.Great visibility of 10-15m and beautiful marine life spotted at all the dive sites we visited. Saw lots of nudibranches, crabs, shrimps, puffer fish, cuttlefish, octopus and more with healthy corals!We are organising two trips to Nikoi on 16-18 June and 30 June-2 July. Register now to join us to explore these new dive sites as places are limited! #GSDiving #NikoiIsland #scubadiving #wreckdiving #divingPhotography/Videography: Vivien Tan, Gary Lim, Esther Ning & Bernard AngVideo editor: Vivien Tan

Posted by GS-DIVING on Wednesday, 7 June 2017

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