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Desk Calendar 2020 – the winners have been chosen

The decission has been made and the winners of this year's competition have been announced. This year it was particularly difficult to make a decision. There were just too many wonderful underwater shots. Unfortunately we can only add 12 pictures to our desk calendar. The [...]
14/05/2019
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Family and beginner tours with MY Sheena 2019

Our Sheena Tours require 60 or 100 logged dives, depending on the level of difficulty. Divers with less experience have therefore had no chance to go on a Sheena tour so far. For this reason we have now planned 4 tours for unexperienced divers and [...]
01/01/2019
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Countdown to reopening

Blog Oasis - 17.06.2021 In December 2020 we reopened our divecenter for guests that were staying in  nearby hotels. Since then, we´ve had a few guests whom you can see in the pictures and that were lots of fun to be with. Now the reopening [...]
17/06/2021
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The Orange Horizon

Blog Medhufushi - 10.06.2021 As the sun sets over the horizon the sky lights up in a beautiful dark orange colour which makes it look like the sky is on fire... @ Medhufushi Dive Centre (Sunset)
10/06/2021
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Yellow Naked Soft Coral

Blog Medhufushi - 03.06.2021 Yellow Naked Soft Coral (Chironephthya sp.) Also known as Fan Thistle Coral, Limp Coral, Soft Tree Coral, Thistle Coral, Tree Coral. Found in caves and under ledges, along drop-offs and walls of coral and rocky reefs. They feed on zooplankton. Length [...]
03/06/2021
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Blue Stripe Snappers

Blog Medhufushi - 27.05.2021 We usually see them in shallow waters in a school together. They frequently gather in large aggregations around coral formations, caves, or wrecks during daylight hours their vibrant blue stripes with the yellow make them really stand out and beautiful delight for our divers. This species [...]
27/05/2021
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Moray Eels

Blog Bathala - 27.05.2021 Did you know moray eels reproduce by fertilization that is oviparous, when eggs and sperm are fertilized in the water outside the womb, also known as spawning. On average, female moray eels can release 10,000 eggs at a time. These eggs [...]
27/05/2021
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