Curtain of Fish

The Coral Triangle is not only about the coral reef. The area is also teeming with fish. In some areas, you see layers of “fish curtains.”

Dreaming...

New Year, new dive trip planning. We will be heading back to the Coral Triangle in 2020 and 2021. I’m already dreaming of the colorful coral reef teeming with life.

Underwater Bouquet

Beautiful bouquet of colorful brain coral of the Coral Triangle.

26th Annual OSDT New Year Party

It's Time for Our 26th Annual New Year Party! 
 

Dear OSDT Divers, Family, and Friends,

You are cordially invited to our New Year Party on Sunday, January 5, 2020. Let's welcome in the new year together!! Bring your family, and friends. We will have food & drinks, slide/video shows, and prize drawing. There is no charge for our party. Rain or shine, let's welcome in the new year together!

Time: Sunday, January 5, 2020 from 11am - 3pm
Location: Ocean Safari Parking Lot

This event is a pot luck, so please bring one dish or BBQ meat and/or vegetable of your choice sufficient for 4 people (max 4 servings, otherwise we'll have too much food). 

BYOB - bring your own beverage/booz.

We will provide BBQ grill and ice chest.

Check out our custom-made scuba tank BBQ grill.

Hang out with fellow divers and exchange diving stories.

We will have filtered water, so we encourage you to bring your reusable canteens. Please do not bring bottled water as a potluck item.

Prize Drawing - we will be giving away prizes totaling over $1000 in value (donated by Ocean Safari and various manufacturers).

Parking Lot Sale - there will be some awesome New Year special deals.

Important: 
To help us meet ocean safari's initiative to be eco-conscious divers, please bring your own reusable plate, cup, and utensils to use for eating and drinking. Please do not bring disposable items. 

Power of Teamwork!

As I watched this school of porkfish (Anisotremus virginicus) gracefullly drifting at Sea of Cortez, I thought about how they can feel safer by forming a school. The tightly packed group move in unison and look like a much larger animal. Power of teamwork!

A Porkfish has bright yellow body with blue stripes. At first glance it can look like a blue striped snapper until you notice the blunt snout and the black bars on the head and the front part of the body. The name comes from the pig like grunting noise it makes.