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MV Hallelujah Trip #31 28 Mar – 1 Apr 2018 | Top of The Chain

Group photo trip 31

Diving the Similans, Koh Tachai and Richelieu Rock this season there has been a very noticeable increase in productivity on many Simillan dive sites. Richelieu has its resident über mob of juvenile Giant trevallies and Longnose emperors. Koh Tachai, when the current pumps so do the Bluefin trevally and Rainbow runners.

All around the Similans there are more dog tooth tuna, snapper and other types of predatory fish. There are a few possible reasons why we are seeing more bigger fish on our dive sites. There is also a number of contenders in the running for top predator of 2018.

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MV Hallelujah Trip #17 15 – 19 Jan 2018 | Dive Log

Seafans, grouper and glassfish at Similan dive site Koh Tachai
[az_column_text]Similan liveaboard MV Hallelujah departed from Tap Lamu around 10:00pm on 15th January 2018. The 17th trip of the season, almost marking the half way point of our 36 trip schedule. So far the diving conditions in the Similan Islands and at Richelieu Rock have surpassed those of recent years.

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MV Hallelujah Trip #8 27 Nov – 1 Dec 2017

Anemone clownfish in the Surin Islands

The weather looked nasty for this Similan liveaboard trip. Day three especially with 3-4m waves forecast for the Andaman Sea. Day three, the day we usually head up to Richelieu Rock and the area of sea most likely to be effected by bad weather.

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