Photos - Moalboal, Philippines
Whale Shark silhouette
Whale shark silhouetted from underneath against the surface.
Whale shark and banca boat.
Whale shark inspecting a banca boat.
Whale shark with divers
Whale shark is the largest fish in the world. Photoed here near the surface with a scuba diver.
Scuba diver next to a whale shark
Whale sharks can grow well over 10 meters long and weigh over 20 tons.
Whale Shark on the surface
Close encounter with a whale shark
Whale shark is a plankton eater. It is no threat to divers.
Whale shark tail
It's a big tail...
Photo with whale shark
Scuba diver posing for pictures...
Whale shark and scuba diver
And here's the result of the diver's photo op. Click the image to see the whole picture.
Three whale sharks
Three whale sharks.
Sidemount diver with whale shark
Kwok posing with a whale shark on sidemount configuration.
Certified Technical Diver hovering
A scuba diver with a technical diving configuration with manifolded twin set.
Scuba Diver and Orange Fan Coral
Turtle with remora
Turtle with remora.
Scuba diver at a shallow reef
Diver with green turtle
Turtle and diver
Close-up of a turtle with scuba diver.
Scuba diver with pink coral
Corals at a green reef
Twin tank diver
Diving with doubles does not require a specific certification as such. Most technical diving courses use twin tank set-up by default.
Pink anemonefish from the clownfish family.
Certified Sidemount Diver
Diver at Reef
Three different scuba configurations: twin tank, sidemount, closed circuit rebreather.
Technical diving certifications expand your diving range.
Orange Fan Coral
Cleaner shrimp at work.
Open Water diver and CCR diver
One diver on a single tank recreational set-up, the other one on close circuit rebreather.
Certified Open Water Diver
Open water diver with a green turtle.
Sidemount configuration allows you to easily remove the tanks if you so wish.
Scuba diver silhouette
Also known as Coral Razorfish, Longspined Razorfish, Jointed Razorfish, Shrimpfish, Striped Shrimpfish, Coral Shrimpfish and Snipefish. Found in groups in fan and whip coral and sea grass beds. Colour can vary to match surroundings.
Shrimpfishes swim in groups with head down with synchronized movements: when one turns they all turn. They often shelter in rich coral patches, fan and whip coral and sea grass beds.
This pufferfish appears to have gotten alarmed: it has inflated to an inedible ball.
Whale sharks, turtles and many more smaller critters are featured in these dive photos from Moal Boal, Philippines.
Most dives in Moalboal are on fairly steep slopes or walls, so Advanced Open Water, Deep Diver or technical diving certifications are recommended in order to explore some of the deeper sites.
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Photos from a scuba trip to Moal Boal in the Philippines. Whale sharks, turtles, etc.
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Pictures from various wrecks around Asia. There are hundreds of wrecks in South East Asian waters. Many of them are reminders of the battles fought during the Second World War, some are deliberately sunken to form artificial reefs.