Welcome every divers. Call me Boung. I was born in 1982. ,and jumped into the open water since June 2011. First cirtify with open water on Feb 2012. And, I am going to do the next certify diving level. Finally, I love blue sky, blue sea, and scuba diving.
Places I've Dived
- Total number of dives not on diveboard:
This number is added to the total number of dives logged in Diveboard (public+private) for the stat "Total number of dives".
- Dives published:14
- Total dives count:15
- Dives this year:0
- Total underwater time on Diveboard:8 hrs 57 min
- Most dives on Diveboard in:
- Deepest Dive:
26.8m in New Location, Thailand
- Longest Dive:
57 min in Pattaya, Thailand
- Pictures in logbook:11
- Number of species spotted:0
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This is my first deepest dive since I have finished open water. The visibility is very unclear, plenty of dust. you can see only around 2-3 metres. and I was exhausted and get cramp at my thig due to the previous dive. I realize that should use weight about 6 as the end of dive I was so much positive. Finally, I have a chance to do safety stop for 3 minutes before getting to the surface.
This is a 3rd dive of my openwater exam. Today is cloudy. This dive site called bamboo island (Koh Phai)which have many speed boats. It too dangerous for scuba divers. Fist dive today began with rescue skills saving an unconcious diver underwater, push fin, drag diver. so exhausted. Furthurmore, the waves is quite high caused by the running boats , and I have to hold the rope all the time. Finally, the instructor bring me to dive around. Have Fun !
Today, the wave was so high when I was on the boat. And, it is my first fun dive (diving with diveinfo.net). Also, first dive with my own gears (mask, snorkel, fin, dive computer). It gave me a lots experience in scuba diving which I could not forgettable. Nearly end of dive, I dove to the head of the island with my buddy then, we were pushed into the strong tide. We knew that we have to go back or do something before we were moving too far from the boat and no one finally cannot find us. So, we tried to swim back but it was very hard to go ahead even a metre. At that moment, I was exhausted ,and would like give up ,and ask my buddy to go to the surface but my buddy not agreed. She suggested me to stay down as much as I can so that I can avoide the tide. And, we kept going gradually. I try so much to push myself ahead and luckily my buddy hold my guage and drag me with her. Suddenly, I found a middle size of branch tree (size like my arm). I picked it up and use it to push me ahead. But, It broke as it might be underwater for long time, then I try to hold a rock to move ahead. Finally, I can get out of the tide and swim back with the 30 bar of air.
- NAUI Advance Open water (Aug 2012)
- NAUI EANx Diver (Aug 2012)
- NAUI SCUBA DIVER (Feb 2011)