Dive Friends Bonaire Octopus Dive Video

octopus dive video

Amazing octopus dive video, courtesy of the Dive Friends Bonaire Facebook Page

“The Octopus has an amazing body design. They are able to defend themselves in a variety of ways. The most common is flight since they can use jet propulsion to quickly move through the water. Their flexible body has no bones so they can escape into small cracks, rocks, crevices, and even into bottles and cans that have found their way into the bottom of the water. Check out the encounter with the Damsel fish! “

I find their videos fascinating, they keep me dreaming of coming back to Bonaire and staying in Villa Lunt of course.

 

The Octopus has an amazing body design. They are able to defend themselves in a variety of ways. The most common is flight since they can use jet propulsion to quickly move through the water. Their flexible body has no bones so they can escape into small cracks, rocks, crevices, and even into bottles and cans that have found their way into the bottom of the water. Check out the encounter with the Damsel fish! #Octopus #Cephlapods #fishbehaviour #fishid #octopuses #bonaire #bonairediving #divebonaire #scuba #scubadive #observation #divefriendsbonaire #letsgodiving

Posted by Dive Friends Bonaire on Saturday, March 31, 2018

 

Manta Ray Video On Bonaire

Manta Ray Video On Bonaire

Reposting this exciting video from Dive Friends Bonaire of a manta ray spotted, originally posted on their Facebook page.  Dive Friends Bonaire is the dive vendor we refer our guests to. With many locations throughout Bonaire, you can easily exchange tanks on your shore diving days.

On March 16, DFB Instructor Caitlin was out taking photos of an Open Water Course in front of our Yellow Submarine location when in came the manta ray! Dive Friends would say she is a little excited at the sighting and for capturing this moment on video.(she apologizes for the screaming, but wouldn’t you be too?) Note: the first seen mooring block is that of DFB’s very own boat the Pelican! 

Manta Ray in front of Dive Friends Bonaire Yellow Submarine

Today DFB Instructor @Caitlin Hale was out taking photos of Daniel Shu Scheulen's Open Water Course in front of our Yellow Submarine location and in came the manta ray for a return visit! We'd say she is a little excited at the sighting and for capturing this moment on video.(she apologizes for the screaming, but wouldn't you be too?) Note: the first seen mooring block is that of DFB's very own boat the Pelican! #divefriendsbonaire #mantaray #manta #rays #DFBYellowSubmarine #Bonairediving #divebonaire #underwatervideo #itsbetterunderwater #diversparadise #STINAPA #marinepark #saverays #underwater #DFB #happybubbles #scubadive '#scubadiving '#caribbean #abcislands #diveeveryday #letsgodiving

Posted by Dive Friends Bonaire on Friday, March 16, 2018