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Blue Marlin Dive Blog

  1. 10 Common Questions About the PADI Instructor Development Course with Blue Marlin Dive

    Course Director Matt Fieschi answers some common questions about the PADI IDC that he teaches with Blue Marlin Dive Komodo and Gili Air
  2. 10 Reasons You Should do Your Divemaster Course With Blue Marlin Komodo

    Finding the right place for your Divemaster course isn’t an easy task! Join guest blogger, Beyond Blighty, as she explains why doing her divemaster at Blue Marlin Komodo was one of the best decisions she's ever made.
  3. Send Nudis: The Way-Too-Simple Intro to Nudibranchs

    With over 3000 known species in our world's oceans, each more flamboyant and weird than the last, nudibranchs have developed a sort of cult following among divers. However, many divers don't know these cool facts!
  4. Muckin’ Around

    If you’re just getting your fins wet, “muck” may be a new term for you. Don’t worry, Blue Marlin Dive is here to break it down. “Muck” is a polite way to describe some dirty diving!
  5. A Fish Full of Dollars: Interview with the Filmmaker

    Being screened at ADEX this week, A Fish Full of Dollars is a case study about Tanjung Luar, a fishing village in East Lombok, where sharks are actively targeted for their fins, and where their loss may ultimately have devastating effects on a local community that is already living below the poverty line. Blue Marlin's exclusive interview with the filmmaker, Adrienne Gittus.