Swarm of mobulas in the Sea of Cortez, Gulf of California, during a scubadiving expedition

From 21th to 29th of June 2022 we were on a liveaboard scubadiving expedition. The expedition was planned to the island Socorro in the Pacific Ocean, Archipiélago de Revillagigedo as a UNESCO World Heritage Convention. Due to a Hurricane we had to leave the Archipel after two days and sailed to the Sea of Cortez, also known as Gulf of California . On the alternative route we enjoyed diving e.g. with sealions and swarms of Mobulas. Enjoy the video!

Cerianthus membranaceus / Tube Anemone / Zylinderrose at divespot Voliči at Croatian island Vis

Ce3ruanthus membranacues / Tube Anemone at divespot Voliči at Croatian island Vis

Muraena helena at divespot northwest of Croatian island Vis – enjoy the UWpic!

Underwater picture of a Muraena helena northwest of Criatian island Vis

Underwaterphoto of the day – Mobula “flying” through the Atlantic Ocean

It´s really amazing to dive with some of these mobula rays and watch them “fly” through the ocean. A photo can give a partial impression…and we may be able to remember to protect the ocean and the planet…Enjoy the photo!

Scubadiving – Wreck Fortunal northwest of croatian island Vis

The wreck Fortunal lies about 4.5 nm away from the harbor of city Vis, northwest of the croatian island Vis. On April 10, 1997, Fortunal was coming back from fishing to the port of Vis. The story says the crew fell asleep and the ship running by autopilot unexpectedly hit island Vis and sank immediately.Continue reading “Scubadiving – Wreck Fortunal northwest of croatian island Vis”

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