Daniel Sasse

Daniel Sasse

Managing Director

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Director Office Manager

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PiGop ประทีป เปี่ยมอยู่

PiGop ประทีป เปี่ยมอยู่


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Boat Technician/Captain

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About Us

We are setting ourselves apart from other Dive Centers due to our Volunteer based Marine Life Conservation Projects.
We would like you to have a wonderful experience, encountering the fascination of scuba diving and at the same time helping the underwater world. We started an initiative which is called marinelife protection project which is a volunteer based project. It allows us to do important conservation work such as organizing underwater cleanup days with the local government and the marine national park. Setting permanent anchor buoys so tour boats don’t have to throw their anchor anymore.
Since 2006 and up until now we’ve removed countless illegally set fishing cages abandoned fishing nets, rubbish especially plastic. Our oceans and its marine life choke to death if we don’t change our habits on our daily living basis!


All Project Programs include

  • Accommodation
  • CMAS 1*Star Open Water Scuba Diving Course
  • Dive Equipment
  • and more…

2 weeks

2400,- €

4 weeks

2900,- €

6 weeks

3600,- €

8 Weeks

4200,- €

Volunteer work Portfolio


Ao Nang Islands

Ao Nang Islands are our main focus for our research and cleanups. All of the Islands you can see on the Map are Dive Sites.


Frequently Asked Questions

Is the Diving course included in the Price?

Yes a complete CMAS1*Star Course including certification card and logbook is included in the Price.

Is the Scuba Diving Course internationally recognized?

Yes Confédération Mondiale des Activités Subaquatiques (CMAS) is an international federation that represents underwater activities in underwater sport and underwater sciences, and oversees an international system of recreational snorkel and scuba diver training and recognition. It is also known by its English name, the World Underwater Federation, and its Spanish name, Confederacion Mundial De Actividades Subacuaticas. Its foundation in Monaco during January 1959 makes it one of the world’s oldest underwater diving organizations.

Do I get a certificate after my Project is over?

Yes you’ll receive an official record on how long and what courses you have completed.

Is accomodation included?

Yes accommodation is included.

Is food included in the Price?

Food is included only on the boat.

Is insurance included?

While a Diving insurance is provided. You’re required to obtain appropriate travel and medical insurance that will cover you for the entire duration of your project and travels abroad. Your travel insurance policy must include emergency medical including repatriation, personal accident, personal liability and loss of baggage.

What do I need to bring?

Bring some old and some new clothes due to the work you might get a little dirty!

Volunteer work latest news

Here are all the Projects listed we have done so far!

Marine Conservation Diving Ao Nang

Marine Conservation Diving Ao Nang

Marine Conservation Diving Ao Nang Join our team as a Volunteer to do your Part and safe the Oceans! Another huge abandoned fishing net has been removed by our Volunteers Marine Conservation Diving Ao Nang. It took us 30min with 5 divers to remove the Net of the reef which was around 50m long by […]

Turtle Rescue

Turtle Rescue

A hawksbill turtle rescue. She was caught inside a ghost net fortunately floating on the surface so the turtle was able to breath. Unfortunately she lost a flipper and had starved.

removing illegally set fishing cages

Removing an illegally set Fishing cage

We’ve found an illegally set Fishing cage We’ve found a this cage right on our reefs inside the Marine National Park. So we freed the Fish and removed it! Fishing as well as Fish cages are not allowed inside the Marine National Park! We hope we’ll still find some fish after the Pandemic is over….. […]

Wanglong Wall abandoned fishing net

Underwater cleanup of a fishing net

Underwater cleanup of an abandoned fishing net from a reef called Wanglong Wall at Phi Phi Islands Marine National Park