Bitter sweet moment saying goodbye to the car and set up which we've called home for the past 3 months! 😔 🏡 We've made a quick stop home for Christmas and to get some things sorted for our next leg of our trip! We can't wait to show you the exciting changes! 🎉 🤗
INTRODUCING OUR TEAM - Chris 🐠
Chris has a Bachelor of Marine Science (Marine Biology and Aquaculture), and is a marine expert for recreational and commercially important species.
We asked him why he loves working at Oceanic Victor - this was his response: "I love having the opportunity to dive and study an amazing array of wonderful marine creatures on a daily basis... oh - and working with a pretty special bunch (family) of humans too..." - Chris
Love your work Chris! 🙌 #oceanicvictor#marinebiologist
Sporting the baby bump like an absolute boss, this woman has become a close friend. You are the essence of resilience and authenticity.
It has been my greatest pleasure getting to know you, and your little bean. You are going to crush motherhood, you have nothing to fear. It burdens me that we won’t be close when you’re due, all I know is that we will be families that raft up in the near future. X
The turquoise hues below starting to call my name. .
As the wetter months start rolling in, so does stinger season. These waters are so inviting yet deadly at times.
Irukandji jellyfish are found in these tropical waters. Only a cubic centimeter in size, they are the smallest and the most venomous jellyfish in the world... Stinger suits on! .
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The boys dropped us off at Russell Island and went searching for the best snorkel spots while we parked ourselves under the shade of a fallen tree. I could get used to this...
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Mesmerised by the most captivating shades of blue, we set out to explore the islands surrounding us. .
Enjoying pancakes around the helm, feasting on the sights around us. This is Round island. From above this little gem looks like a prehistoric wonderland. .