Every year the Thai province of Trang holds an underwater marriage ceremony on Valentine’s Day for couple to exchange or renew vows beneath the crystal clear waters of Southern Thailand
Thailand’s most famous island paradise has been restored to its former glory thanks to the spectacular efforts of thousands of volunteer divers from all around the globe
The Similan Islands have survived the tsunami, and are poised to strengthen their reputation as Thailand’s premier dive destinatio
I wrote a short piece for Fah Thai magazine about my friend Monica Ganame, the Argentinian freediving record holder who lives on Koh Tao and co-owns the freediving school Apnea Total
Only an inch or so long, harlequin shrimp are one of the most beautiful – and elusive – critters you can encounter while diving in Thailand. What they lack in size they make up for in fiestiness though…
In November 2008 four World War II planes and six helicopters were sunk off Bang Tao beach in Phuket to create an artificial reef. We went and had a look…
The Thailand technical diving vessel MV Trident returned to the wreck of World War II submarine USS Lagarto in July 2008, to check on the wreck’s state one year on from their last inspection. Ayesha Cantrell describes what they saw on their guardianship dive.
The World War II submarine USS Lagarto had gone missing in action until it was found by two British deep sea divers in the Gulf of Thailand. Ayesha Cantrell dived the wreck with them and described this important act of remembrance for Diver magazine
Manta Rays traditionally appear en masse at the beginning of the dive season in Koh Lanta, and this year is no exception. This week up to four mantas have been seen together around Koh Lanta’s dive sites
The submarine discovered in the Gulf Of Thailand last year by a commercial diver has been formally identified by the US Navy as the USS Lagarto.
A new DVD tells the fascinating history of one of Thailand’s most popular wreck dives and provides great footage of its present day status as a marine life haven
Koh Tao’s training sites offer a perfect environment for novice divers to explore, and there’s surprises for more experienced divers too
Three of Koh Tao’s staple dive sites which offer interesting aquatic encounters with the local marine life – although it’s not always wanted…
A spectacular reef dive with mesmerising coral formations and a memorable swimthrough, Hin Daeng is one of the great hidden gems of Koh Tao
South West Pinnacle and Sail Rock are both geographically dramatic dives, providing deep depths and interesting ascents