The Philippine Siren welcomed on board a brand new groups of divers ready for their liveaboard dive trip in Tubbataha. After a quick talk from the Tubbataha management Office about Park rules and regulations, we lifted the anchor and sailed away to Tubbataha for another amazing dive trip. We commence the day’s diving in Malayan Wreck, southwest of the North Atoll. Not only was it nice and comfortable diving, there were sightings if interesting marine life all over the dive site, namely: school of blackfin barracuda, surgeonfish, Randall’s fusiliers, oceanic triggerfish and midnight snappers. Likewise, a ‘train’ of mature grey reef sharks were swimming against the current and a bunch of baby grey reef sharks were also present; whitetip sharks circling around a cleaning station; hawksbill turtle undisturbed and munching away on corals. Second dive we also dived in Malayan Wreck but entry was a little bit closer to the corner.
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The Philippine Siren welcomed on board a brand new group of divers 9 different nationalities for a special #Shark trip. We were honored to welcome Gonzo Araujo, the Executive Director of LAMAVE (Large Marine Vertebrates Research Institute Philippines) and everybody was very excited about this trip as of the first minute.
The Philippine Siren crew was ready to start the transition cruise between Southern Visayas and Tubbataha! 15 lovely guests accompanied us in the incredible liveaboard dive trip! Many of them were repeater guests and they felt at home again. The sea was pretty calm and ready to take us to Cabilao Island.