First trip on our new dive boat “MatthewOne”

First day of February and we christened our brand new dive boat "MatthewOne" with a trip to Manta Point with 5 lucky divers! Both the boat and dive didn't disappoint! we have 4 huge Manta rays gliding past us, it nearly looked like they came...

We often found cuttlefish while diving in Bali, here are 10 fun facts about Cuttlefish that you might want to know. 1.     Cuttlefish have not one, not two, but three hearts! Two hearts are used to pump blood to the cuttlefish's large gills, and the third...

The Whitetip Reef Shark is also known as the Triaenodon Obesus. Along with the Blacktip Reef Shark and Gray Reef Shark, it is one of the most frequent sharks in the Indo-Pacific. This species is easily spotted due to its curious, irregular, and waving swimming...

The turtle dates from the time of the dinosaurs, around two hundred million years ago. First, they only lived on land, now they also live in the sea. The Green Sea lives most of the time in de ocean. How do Green Sea Turtles feed? Green sea...

A huge THANKS for all who joined the Shark Guardian Event on Tuesday at Joe`s Gone Diving. It was a great evening. You all were very busy buying drinks and raffle tickets. The profit we made out of it, is 4.300.000,000 IDR and will be...

The clownfish is perhaps the best-known fish in the entire ocean. Who hasn’t heard of the movie Nemo, a bestseller from Disney. The adventures in the film brought Nemo around the world. A classic movie for young and old. But what kind of fish is...

February 4, 2019 was the day I started my internship at Joe’s Gone Diving. 12,500 kilometers far from the safe Netherlands. I was looking forward to this for months and February 4 it was finally the day. I was allowed to do an internship for...

On Saturday July 20th it's the Padi women dive day! This day you can try a free dive in our pool. From 3pm women from the age of 10 years are welcome to join. There's no cost involved. Simply bring a smile and a swim...

Many people have done it before me and many people will do it after me. The PADI Rescue and EFR (First Aid) Course. After your PADI Advanced Course, it is possible to continue on the PADI ladder and certify yourself as a Rescue diver. There...