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Koh Lipe High Season Starting Soon!

By , 22 August, 2016, No Comment

Koh Lipe High Season starting soon!Davy Jones Locker Diving Instructor Ed is also the manager of our Koh Lipe Dive Centre. It was great however to have him back on Koh Tao during Koh Lipes’ low season. We’re sure he will do a fantastic job when he goes back to Koh Lipe for the coming season.

High Season starting soon on Koh Lipe

Its nearly that time of year.
You can feel it, something intangible, yet so real you can almost taste it in the air. The sense of excitement in divers everywhere. Yes ladies and gents, in just a few short weeks we will be flinging open the doors on a new season of diving on Koh Lipe.


I’m Back !!!!!

By , 17 June, 2016, No Comment

I'm  back !!!!!I’m Back !!!!!
Retour à Davy Jones Locker Dive Center Koh Tao après plusieurs mois d’absence…. Un vrai plaisir de retrouver cette ile et ce centre de plongée. L’ambiance est toujours garantie au Bar/Restaurant du club, oú les élèves DiveMaster se réunissent souvent pour partager sur l’aventure qu’ils sont en train de vivre…. Les élèves Open Water sont dans la piscine avec leur instructeur pour apprendre les gestes de base du plongeur, avant le grand saut dans la mer le lendemain… Et quand enfin l’heure de remonter sur le bateau arrive, mais quel plaisir de retrouver cette atmosphère ! Baptèmes, Open Water, Advanced Open Water, Spécialitées Profonde ou Nitrox…. Tous les élèves sont au rendez-vous et ont l’air aussi heureux d’apprendre que leurs instructeurs de leur enseigner ! Sacrée ambiance ! Il fait un temps magnifique, l’eau est à 30 degrés… C’est sûr je suis de retour au Paradis ! Et je vous y attends 😉


New Promo video for Davy Jones Locker Koh Lipe

By , 8 February, 2016, No Comment

New Promo Video for Davy Jones Locker Koh LipeDavy Jones Locker currently has Dive Centers on Koh Tao and Koh Lipe. Koh Lipe is situated on the west coast of Thailand close to the Malaysian border and on the edge of the Tarutao national park. It is a small, quiet island great for families and people want to relax. The beaches are beautiful and the surrounding waters are ideal for SCUBA diving or snorkelling.


Koh Lipe was originally inhabited by the Chao Lei people who were sea gypsies that settled here, it now caters for tourists and divers who usually visit in high season from November to May. The Davy Jones Locker dive center is located on Pattaya beach, one of the 3 main beaches on Koh Lipe which are all within walking distance. It has 5 star IDC status which means people can be trained all the way up to a professional level and become PADI dive Instructors.


The new Davy Jones Locker promo video provides a glimpse of what is like a visit an island paradise and dive a crystal clear ocean with an abundance of marine life.



video by Helene Fjeldstad


By , 4 May, 2015, No Comment

Although all snakes can swim, sea snakes live mostly in the water.  They do need to come up for air but can stay under water for up to an hour! Since they need air regularly they are usually found in shallow waters of the Indian Ocean, and warmer areas of the Pacific Ocean.  They eat fish, fish eggs and eels that they find under rocks and in reefs.

There are about 30-50 different types of sea snakes and they belong to the Cobra family.  The average Sea snake grows to about 2 meters long and has a smallish head for its body size.  Their tails are flattened to make fast swimming possible and flaps over their nostrils close when they are underwater.

Sea snakes are very poisonous. Fortunately, these snakes have short fangs and they are unable to bite through diver’s suits very easily.  They are not likely to bite unless threatened.

Eels are sometimes mistaken for Sea Snakes. Eels are part of the fish family and have gills for breathing.  Sea snakes do not have gills but lungs instead and need to go to the surface for air.

Sea Kraits are one of the few sea snakes that go to land to lay their eggs while most others, like the Olive sea snake will give birth in the water. snake                                         Sea snakes do not have gills but lungs instead and need to go to the surface for air.

By Sophie


Going up in the world

By , 2 May, 2014, No Comment

If you are an experienced instructor looking for a new challenge, why not upgrade your qualifications with DJL’s IDC staff instructor course.  PADI IDC staff instructors are in demand diving professionals with the skills and experience to hold more senior position within the industry.

I recently attended the IDC staff Instructor course at Davy Jones Locker Diving on Koh Tao in Thailand and found it to be a really interesting and valuable experience, working with DJL’s team of outstanding course directors and staff instructors as they conduct the PADI Instructor development course.  DJL offer ICD’s in English, French, Dutch, Spanish and Korean so on a DJL IDC you get to meet interesting people from all around the world and make contacts that will be helpful throughout your diving career.

The aims of the IDC Staff course are to improve all your areas of diving theory knowledge and PADI standards to a level where you are able to help with the development of the next generation of PADI instructors.  You learn how to mark and give feedback on all areas of the IDC including confined, open water and classroom presentations.  Seasoned instructors will love the ability to pass on their experience and knowledge to trainee instructors as they take their first steps towards building themselves a future in this amazing industry.

Take the next step today and contact DJL to arrange your IDC staff instructor course today, do it now, you will never look back.