Trip Reports

Trip Report | Komodo | Aug 2015

2015 has been the year of the Rhinopias for Got Muck. From our record breaking 13 on Arenui earlier this year to an additional two adults and a very rare juveni...

Trip Report | Alor & Komodo | May 2015

East Nusa Tenggara. The easternmost reaches of the Indonesian archipelago includes the world renowned dive destinations of Komodo and neighboring Alor. These is...

Trip Report | Raja Ampat | Feb 2015

For our latest back-to-back trips to Raja Ampat aboard the awesome Dewi Nusantara we decided to focus each of the trips of a particular area of Raja Ampat. The second trip focused primarily on the southern region of Misool. The first trip spent its t...

Trip Report | Raja Ampat | Oct 2014

Mobulas and silversides! That was the name of the game for our back-to-back trips to Raja Ampat aboard the Dewi Nusantara this October and November. Each year l...

Trip Report | Palau | Mar 2014

Palau is just a few hundred miles north of Raja Ampat and in certain areas the islands look almost identical. Where they differ is below the surface. Although there are some similarities, the species that thrive in Palau are not necessarily the same ...

Trip Report | Komodo | Dec 2013

Taking a turn around Komodo on the Wellenreng is always a great time!  With only 6 total passengers you get dive sites all to yourself.  What can we say that ...

Trip Report | Raja Ampat | Nov 2013

Wow, what an amazing Raja Ampat trip. For our third trip to Raja Ampat this year we chartered the Arenui, a luxury Phinisi style schooner staffed by some of our...

Trip Report | Komodo | Sep 2013

It's Komodo time again! When the weather here in Bali dries out it means we can take the umbrella out of the car and get our dive gear ready fro Komodo season. This year we headed to Komodo for back-to-back trips aboard the Indo Siren, our platform f...

Trip Report | Komodo | July 2013

Our friend Edi Frommenwiler invited us to join him on his boat the Pindito for a quick trip from Bali to Komodo. Once we arrived in Komodo we unfortunately had ...