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Bali Hai Diver - Panuba Beach - Pulau Tioman

Bali Hai Diver - Panuba Beach - Pulau Tioman

Post Number:#1  Postby Bali_Hai_Divers » Fri Sep 15, 2006 5:32 pm

Bali Hai Divers, superbly located at a private beach in Panuba bay on Tioman Island, was started in 1996 by spanish-american Javier Delgado. Javier and his wife Colleen run the dive shop, together with a professional team of full time dive staff.
The name Bali Hai actually comes from the 1958 hollywood classic "South Pacific", where Tioman Island was used to shoot scenes for the ficticious island of "Bali Hai".

With the the wealth of experience behind the business, Bali Hai divers has a good reputation among both local and international divers for always providing top notch diving education in a safe and comfortable manner as well as great diving service with no hassles. Bali Hai enjoys a healthy amount of returning customers, some of which has kept coming back for a decade.

While still focusing on the core of the business; recreational diving and diving education on the fabulous reefs of Tioman Island. In the past few years the business has expanded to include Nitrox, Rebreathers, Scooters, Technical Diving, a Liveaboard, Equipment retail and a joint-venture sister diveshop in Kuala Lumpur - REC 'N' TEC.

Through Bali Hai Divers, you can enjoy the following services:
•      Open seven days a week.
•      Try diving
•      PADI diving education from Open Water to Instructor and all specialties
•      Daily dive and snorkelling trips
•      Day trips to local wrecks
•      Liveaboard trips
•      Technical Diving education through PSAI, BSAC, IANTD and TDI
•      Technical Wreck diving on the famous wrecks of the HMS Repulse and HMS Prince of Wales and many others.
•      Equipment retail ( all major brands)
•      Ever helpful and competent staff

Bali Hai Divers
Panuba Beach, Pulau Tioman
Tel 013 6305 008
info@balihaidivers.net
www.balihaidivers.net
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