Yesterday one of our groups found an abandoned fishing net. And a juvenile Bamboo shark was entangled into it. Thank you very much Manuel Aline and Andi for rescuing this beautiful shark and many other fish which have been entangled! Please don’t abandoned your fishing nets. Don’t litter the oceans. And follow proper fishing laws. […]
Krabi Provincial Administrative underwater Cleanup Days at Koh Hong. in 2 days with 40 divers we removed 670 kg of rubbish and abandoned Fishing nets of the area around Koh Hong. Thank you to all involved.
National Geographic published our Project Removing abandoned Ghost and Fishing Nets. Abandoned Fishing nets are a killer for our reefs. Due to it entangles into corals they’ll choke get broken off by surge of waves. reef resident fish are getting entangled and die. Read more on
We have removed a huge Fishing Net off the reef of Meaurai!
Projects Abroad and Poseidon Dive Center Volunteers removed an abandoned Fishing net of Hin Mu Sang Nuea.
Coral Propagation Course with Projects Abroad Volunteers at Local Islands. Coral Propagation is an effective way to increase Coral growth and health of our Reefs. Here you can see what has to be done on the Boat.
Here are a few Pictures of abandoned fishing nets we have removed from the Local Island Reefs over the past few weeks. It’s important to remove them otherwise they will kill fish and Corals.
As you can see a Turtle is a very sustainable eater! It only takes one or two bites out of a Coral because it does know that it will grow back and provide her with more food, instead of eating all at once and killing the Coral and obviously her food source! If only humans […]
Abandoned Fishing Net removal at our Local Islands Koh Sii. 5 Divers have been 3h on the Job to remove it completely. The net stuck in Corals and it wasn’t easy to remove it without breaking our fragile Corals. Some of the entangled Fish and Crabs we had to remove on the Boat since it […]
We found a Ghost Net at Koh Deng it was entangled into Staghorn Corals and not easy to take off but we managed to remove all of it! Thanks and a big shout out to Projects Abroad Volunteers.