Another great week at Asia Divers for CCD dive club.

CCD Dive club

The CCD Dive Club in Puerto Galera with Asia Divers.

A big welcome back to the CCD dive club in their tenth anniversary year! CCD has members from Britain, Germany, Sweden, New Zealand and Australia. Pictured here are Eamonn, Esther, Otti, Ulli, Pete, Brian, Gordon and Justin as well as Asia Divers and CCD member Pete. This will be their eighth trip to Asia Divers & El Galleon resort and they’ve had a fantastic time once again, diving all our favourite spots including a great trip to Verde Island with BBQ, plenty of massages in La Palm spa, some great evenings out and nearly broken the Point Bar Bell several times. Now that’s a good time!

Lembeh Seadragon in Puerto Galera

These are shots of the Lembeh Sea Dragon which is only found in Lembeh supposedly, but we found it right here! YES…HERE!! Thanks to Rogger Won for his keen eye in spotting it and getting these pretty little pics of something that we have never seen here before. COOL!!

Lembeh sea dragon found in Puerto Galera

Lembeh sea dragon found in Puerto Galera

The Lembeh Seadragon (Lembeh Pygmy Pipedragon, Kyonemichthys rumengani) is a recently discovered species that has been seen for the first time in Lembeh Strait in 2006. It belongs to the Family of seahorses and pipefishes and is closer related to them than to the actual seadragons that are known from Australia. But the Lembeh Seadragons got their name because of their special way of swimming, which reminds much of the Australian Seadragons.

Lembeh sea dragon discovered in Puerto Galera


Lembeh Seadragons live in pairs (sometimes up to 10 pairs in one area) and are usually hanging with their tails attached to overhanging walls and crevices. Before Sunset they can be seen free swimming and courting. They are extremely thin (about 1mm) and grow to about 3-4 cm in length.

New shipment of Underwater Kinetics light have just arrived from USA.

Underwater lights

Latest in eLED bright lights

All are the eLED type, bright and with long burning time. Depth rating

is 500ft/150m for all lights, manufactured in USA.


The C4 are powered by 4 C Alkaline batteries that burn for 8h if you run

the light on high and almost 16h on low. The light output has increased

significant from previous model to 275 lumens on high.


SL4 runs by 4 C Alkaline as well but burns for 10h. The light output have

more then tripled to 400 lumens comparing to last years model.


The rental favorite SL3 has an increased light output from 98 to 125 lumens

and the 3 C Alkaline batteries gives you 32h burning time. With this burning

time the SL3 is perfect for rental use as well as personal use. Don’t need to

carry spare battery for your weeks diving holiday !!


Mini Q40 is a great little back-up light or for day dives to light up holes and

under overhang. Gives you 77 lumens and burn for 4-5h powered by 4 AA

Alkaline batteries.

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