By Leticia Sanchis

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After a full 4-month refit in Cebu under the watchful eye of the Worldwide Dive and Sail team, the Palau Siren will be back in action in February 2016!

If you would like to be hooked in at Blue Corner, drifting in Ulong Channel or experiencing some fantastic manta dives in German Channel, please contact the Siren Fleet reservations team.

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By Brian Siegel

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As a scuba diver, I’m always making lists of places to go and things I wish I could see.  The ever-growing diver’s bucket list…

A few of the animals on my bucket list are whale sharks, hammerheads, manta rays, and those adorable sea lion pups. The sea lions in particular have been on my mind for a while.  I saw an amazing video of them playing with divers off the coast of California, but always thought it would be a challenge to get to those dive sites. That was until I discovered that there are sea lion colonies near Cabo San Lucas in La Paz, Mexico!

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By Leticia Sanchis

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Diving the Galapagos is on every diver’s bucket list. The islands are famous for some of the most incredible underwater action in the world! Find yourself surrounded by huge schools of barracudas, groupers, snappers, jacks or tunas. Dive with curious and playful sea lions, watch marine iguanas eat,be surprised by a big school of dolphins or mobula rays. Drift along with black and white tip sharks, bullhead sharks, Galapagos sharks and of course watch the famous big schools of hammerheads so characteristic of Galapagos waters! 

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By Joanna Lentini

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The Coral Triangle is an established mecca for marine flora and fauna, a nature enthusiast’s dream.  The biodiversity of life is immense.  In fact, it’s widely considered the greatest on Earth!  And so, it comes as no surprise that our annual trip to the Bird’s Head Peninsula in West Papua, Indonesia attracted scuba divers from around the world.  Our mission: To investigate changes to the reef system and document the congenial relationship of man and whale shark.

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By Leticia Sanchis

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The National park of the Similan Islands is open again to the public, much to the delight of divers and snorkelers! Considered the jewel in the crown of Thailand diving, the Similan and Surin Islands won’t disappoint you! Thriving reefs with over 200 species of soft and hard corals and impressive sea fans abound, as well as an incredible variety of marine life including ghost pipefish, color-changing cephalopods, schools of barracuda, nudibranchs and even beautiful seahorses. There is also plenty of larger life to see with sea turtles, Napoleon wrasse, bumphead parrot fish, leopard sharks, manta rays and of course the majestic whale shark!

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