Once again: incredible dives in Tubbataha with the Philippine Siren!
May 2015: half of the Tubbataha season is behind us already, and with much excitement we leave Puerto Princesa under a full moon promising strong currents and high fish activity. With us, after many Europeans, is an entire group from United States. Their late landing time forced us to leave the harbor at sunset, and the challenge of setting up the dive gear in dusk is expertly undertaken by our crew.
The group is full of experienced divers who just finished a week of diving in Puerto Galera, so we decide to head straight towards Jessie Beazley Reef and give them a taste of pelagic life. After the first sharks and tunas, we cross the waters separating us from Tubbataha North and we find our mooring for the night at Malayan Wreck.