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PADI IDC Philippines February 2017

PADI IDC Instructor Course The IDC for February at Savedra just came to a successful conclusion with all candidates having a very easy time at the PADI Instructor Exam (IE). As well as congratulating the candidates we have a few other achievements to acknowledge. Martins Slisans A huge congratulations [...]

By |February 19th, 2017|PADI IDC & Divemaster|0 Comments

Visayan Dive Safari & Liveaboards

Dive Safari and Liveaboard diving trips A dive safari is a step up from a liveaboard, why subject yourself to being stuck on a boat for an entire vacation, instead you can visit several of the best dive sites in the region and either sleep on board, or better still in a resort each [...]

By |February 19th, 2017|Dive safari & Liveaboard|0 Comments

IDC Philippines, PADI Instructor Course dates for 2017

Go Pro with Savedra Dive Center and award winning PADI Course Director Lee Butler. All of our programs are scheduled to coincide with the PADI Instructor Exam (IE) in Moalboal, you will train in the same pool and dive sites where your IE will be held, and there is no need to travel [...]

By |January 28th, 2017|PADI IDC & Divemaster|0 Comments

Dive Safaris, last minute special offers

Dive Safaris and Liveaboards Savedra, in partnership with Easy Diving in Sipalay, offer Liveaboard and Dive Safari trips between Moalboal and Sipalay weekly from October to May each year. The trips take in the best dive sites the central Visayas have to offer, highlights include Balicasag, Cabilao, Siquijor, Liloan, Santander, Apo, Duain, Dumaguete, Sumilon and [...]

By |January 9th, 2017|Dive safari & Liveaboard|0 Comments

Pilot Whales in Tañon Strait

Every year some lucky visitors get to see the pilot whales migrating through the Tañon Strait close to Moalboal, they are also seen off the coast of Mactan, Bohol and Palawan. " from Wikipedia Pilot whales are primarily squid eaters, but will feed on fish, as well. They are also highly social, and studies suggest that both [...]

By |September 6th, 2016|Marine Life|0 Comments

Divemaster Internship for Chinese Speaker

Chinese speaking intern required for a busy PADI 5 star instructor development center in Moalboal, Cebu, we offer free training from beginner to Divemaster, food and accommodation included. We will train you from complete beginner, or your current diver level, to Divemaster. We provide training and experience at no cost, all materials, equipment and course [...]

By |June 4th, 2016|PADI IDC & Divemaster|0 Comments

Pescador is on Fire!

Pescador island, a 10 minute boat ride away from our dive shop is on fire right now when it comes to fish behavior. If you have the chance to dive there, look out for the following things: - Cornetfish hunting: Cornetfish are very elongated, lance-like fish which are ambush predators of smaller fishes. These days [...]

By |December 23rd, 2015|Marine Life|0 Comments

Underwater Photo Tip: Don’t Spook Them

How do you take a picture of an interesting looking street artist? Be it a juggler or a musician or one of these odd people who stand absolutely still for long periods of time? Would you run up to the guy, maybe poke him a bit with a stick to get his attention and only [...]

By |December 3rd, 2015|Marine Life|0 Comments

Apeks WSX 25 Sidemount Test

Heute haben wir den Apeks WSX 25 Sidemount Kit mit der Post bekommen! Vielen Dank an Wolf Lambsdorff von Aquaventure Whitetip für die Leihgabe, die wir sofort ausführlich testen wollten. Erster Eindruck: sieht super aus, und Material und Verarbeitung ist was man von Apex gewöhnt ist (Preis auch). Wir haben uns entschlossen, das Set mit [...]

By |November 18th, 2015|Dive equipment|0 Comments

Apnea Record!

Congratulations to Savedra's own Tomaž Jereb for breaking the Slovenian record in static apnea breath-hold! He managed to do 8:22 today in the Kasai Resort in Moalboal – what an achievement. This places him solidly in the world elite of apnea. Such breath-holds push the human respiratory system to its extreme! Such a record is [...]

By |November 14th, 2015|FreeDiving|0 Comments