PADI Women's Dive Day 21st July'18! Come Join us for this fun and enjoyable event!
Programs will be updated soon!
Since 2015, divers from every corner of the globe have come together for PADI Women’s Dive Day to bond over their love of the ocean and passion for diving. This growing tradition will continue on 21 July 2018, further strengthening and supporting the overall dive community.
PADI Dive Centers and Resorts hosted nearly 900 events in 85 countries last year for the third annual PADI Women’s Dive Day. Since the 2015 inaugural event, the celebration has continued to gain momentum as new and experienced divers gear up for everything from a weekend of Dive, Surf and Yoga to shark dives and underwater cleanups. Get inspired by checking out event photos in the PADI photo album on Facebook. or by reading about some of the amazing events that happened around the world.
Places are limited every weekend, register early to avoid disappointment!
Riau Islands - Lagoi - Nikoi Islands and Sarawak Maru Wreck!
3 days / 2 Nights Weekend Trip 20th to 22nd July 2018
Below link for full details and registration
Friday: Meet at 7.30pm to take the 8.30pm fast ferry from Tanah Merah Ferry Terminal to Nongsapura Ferry Terminal. After clearing immigration, take free shuttle bus to Nongsa Point Marina. The Seaborne will be waiting for you. Dinner will be served. The Seaborne will depart around midnight.
Saturday: (4-5 dives) Around Northern Reef Bintan.
Sunday: (2 dives) Return to Nongsa Point Marina and take a free shuttle back to Nongsapura Ferry Terminal to catch the 6.10pm ferry to Singapore.
Dive Site Information
Water Temp: 28-30 degrees Celsius
Visibility: 3-10 metres,
Air Temp; 28-30 degrees Celsius
Level: Beginner to advanced
2 nights bunk bed accommodation on the MV Seaborne
All meals, snacks, hot beverages, coffee, tea, and milo.
Tanks, weight belt
Dive & travel insurance
Rental of dive gear, if not on a course
Indonesian visa on arrival (for those who require)
*The itinerary and dive sites above is still subject to changes.
Link for video of Sarawak Maru Wreck Dive