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Marine Sightings:

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Reef Fish Sightings: Pelagic Fish Sightings: Quality of Coral:

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Visited Comments
June 2005 Some of the best diving I have ever done, and that after 10 years as an Instructor. The guys at Lissenung were super friendly, nothing was too much. The food was fantastic, loads of seafood and other good stuff. If you are after something a little different, this is the place to go. Max. 14 guests on this little island - PARADISE !!
Date posted: 15-Aug-2005 06:39 by: SK11
February 2005 I have dived all over the world and without doubt this is the best diving I have ever seen. Pelagics everywhere and mix that with current diving, wall diving, reef diving and much diving with creatures such as mimic octopuss, ornate ghost pipefish, 100's nuid's etc and you have a combination for some amazing diving. Stayed on Lissenung island, fantastic get away from it all place with an amazing house reef.
Date posted: 07-Jul-2005 18:52 by: baitballer


Wreck Dives:

Here are the wreck dives we know of for Kavieng Liveaboard.
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Der Yang
A Taiwanese fishing Vessel was purposely sunk in the late 80s. It Lies perfectly on its Starboard side at 30m.
26m / 85ft
30m / 98ft
Deliberately sunk: 01-Jan-1987 Wreck penetration not possible Technical or decompression diving. More info...


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Basking Shark
No Some Always
Beauforts Crocodilefish
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Bottlenose Dolphin
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Clown Anemonefish
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Dugong
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Emperor Angelfish
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Gray Whale
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Great Barracuda
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Great Hammerhead
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Great White Shark
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Green Sea Turtle
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Grey Reef Shark
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Hawksbill Sea Turtle
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Humpback Whale
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Leatherback Sea Turtle
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Leopard Seal
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Longspine Porcupine Fish
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Manta Ray
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Marbled Ray
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Orca (Killer Whale)
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Pilot Whale
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Potato Grouper
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Scorpion Fish
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Sixgill Shark
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Spotted Eagle Ray
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Trumpetfish
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Whale Shark
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Whitetip Reef Shark
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