Divemaster Internships: Perfect Conditions in early November

Posted November 7th in Diving Internships

Pictured: Divemaster internship candidate Theresa explores a shipwreck off Koh Tao, Thailand.

Whilst we approach what is historically Koh Tao’s annual monsoon period, we’ve been enjoying unseasonably  fantastic diving conditions.

We’ve has a few intermittent showers but the ocean remains flat with almost no wind or waves. Underwater visibility has been great. Pictured above Divemaster trainee dives the wreck of the HTMS Sattakut. Due to the depth and bottom composition, often visibility can be low around the wreck but we enjoyed a great dive with much better than average visibility.

Interested in becoming a Divemaster? Divemaster internships in Koh Tao, Thailand

Author

Haydon Smith

Haydon Smith

Partner and manager @ Simple Life Divers. PADI Master Instructor and DSAT Tec Deep with 20 years (and counting) in dive industry.

Scuba Diving Internships

PADI 5 star PADI dive resort aqualung Simple Life Resort Koh Tao

Latest Koh Tao Diving News

Coral reef conservation and restoration project in Thailand

AlotMeant: Coral Reef Conservation and Restoration Project in Thailand

Posted in Marine Conservation

Whilst covid is a disaster across the globe, we’re making the best of a tough situation and doing something amazing […]

Mermaiding diver

Mermaiding Diver: The New Craze!

Posted in Diving Courses

Even as covid-19 continues to cause chaos throughout the world, a new trend has been growing. Mermaid diving! Even PADI […]

When coronavirus ends escape to Thailand

When Coronavirus Ends … What Will You Do?

Posted in Diving Internships

The coronavirus, COVID-19 has had a devastating across the globe. Here in Thailand we’ve faced a month of lockdown, with […]

Hawkbill turtle in Koh Tao, Thailand

Video: Hawkbill Turtle in Thailand

Posted in Diving Photos

There’s so much cool stuff to see whilst scuba diving around Koh Tao. Hawkbill turtles are common around the dive […]