Video: Divemaster Internship Crew Explore the Wreck

Posted March 4th in Diving Internships

With the Full Moon approaching and currents stirring up the bottom, visibility at depth has been a little murky over the past days.

But the dive internships gang here at Simple Life Divers still had a lot of fun making a wreck dive off Koh Tao.

The HTMS Sattakut is a former Thai naval vessel which was sunk as an artificial reef a little way west of Sairee Beach. She now rests upright in 30M of water, close to the Hin Pee Wee dive site. Even when there is a thermocline and low visibility at the bottom, its still a great dive and a nice contrast to our coral reefs and submerged pinnacles.

You too can join our dive internship teach – no previous experience required: Divemaster internship in Thailand.

Koh Tao Divemaster Internships: Exploring the HTMS Sattakut Wreck

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Baden Ramm

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