Reef book update

It’s now 16 months since the launch of Scubazoo’s second coffee table book reef and it has gone well and truly global. At the time of writing, reef has been translated into 10 different languages…

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Now available in American, Chinese, Czech, English, French, German, Japanese, Polish, Slovak, and Spanish, whether you’re reading Riffe, Arrecifes, Útes, or Passion Mer, Scubazoo are very excited to be bringing the underwater world into your home.

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Business of Sport

CNBC Asia: Scubazoo was featured recently in a Business of Sport segment on the weekly CNBC Asia TV programme World Business. If you missed it on satellite you can watch the show below.

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If you are having difficulties watching the video above, click here to watch it on youtube.

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Dicing with death while diving

Grab a copy of Metro on Monday 8th December to read about Scubazoo Cameraman Simon Enderby’s top five most dangerous dives. Sharks and an unlikely dive with a crocodile in Sipadan, Malaysia are featured in the article plus a couple of marine creatures that you might not expect to see in the top five… click here to see the article online.

Brunei Rapid Marine Assesment

In October 2008 Scubazoo were contracted by the Brunei Fisheries Department to document a Rapid Marine Survey of Brunei’s Coral, Fish and Sea Shell bio-diversity.

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Our underwater filming team of Simon Enderby, Chris Tan and Seok Wun joined the scientific team which consisted of some of the biggest names in Marine Science. The project was a great success and revealed some interesting insights into Brunei’s marine life…. check out the production write-up here.

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Deadly 60 – BBC NHU

Deadly 60 host Steve Backshall comes face to face with several deadly shark species in the Bahamas. Scubazoo filmed the underwater encounters with the lemon shark, tiger shark, and the Caribbean reef shark.

The End of the Line

Scubazoo were recently involved in filming for ‘The End of the Line’ – a theatrical release about the devastating effects of overfishing.

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The shoot took place in and around the beautiful Philippine island of Palawan and included a four day trip to the remote and pristine atoll of Tubbataha. ‘The end of the line’ is now being edited in the UK. Watch this space for release details.

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Scuba Diver Australasia Cover Shot

Kudos to Adam Broadbent this month as his colour saturated blenny gets the honour of the Scuba diver Australasia cover.

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Not content with that, Adam also has his portfolio featured while Jason Isley contributes an article on an old haunt of his, Mabul, and Roger Munns sneaks in with a shot of a rhinopias eye in the art section. Buy a copy from your news stand today or sign up for the e-magazine if you live further afield.


Cover of Scuba Diver

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All About Dung

Its a dirty job but somebody’s go to do it…. in March, ICON wrapped shooting on ALL ABOUT DUNG here in Sabah, Malaysian Borneo. Scubazoo were employed as location managers on the shoot which got presenter Monty Halls up close and personal with excrement of all kinds.

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The Sabah, Borneo leg of the programme involved Monty abseiling down into Gomantong cave where he got to examine the mini ecosystem which has developed around the droppings of thousands of siwftlets.

Update: ALL ABOUT DUNG will be broadcast on the 30th June @ 9pm EST in the US.

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Jo Sarsby Personal management representing Scubazoo

Scubazoo are proud to announce that we have joined forces with Jo Sarsby personal management.

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Having worked in production internationally for a variety of broadcasters, mainly in the factual and documentary fields, Jo has been involved in some of television’s most exciting and award-winning wildlife & documentary programme making. This experience has given Jo a unique insight into what makes a great presenter and Jo Sarsby Personal Management now represents some of the most high profile names in the business including Steve Leonard, Monty Halls and Michaela Strachan.

Based in Bristol, the centre of natural history television production in the UK, Jo will now be representing Scubazoo’s interests both in the UK and beyond.

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The Amazing World Of Scubazoo

The Sabah Times has recently published a commentary about Scubazoo and the team behind the company’s operations. What with Scubazoo’s success with both ‘Great Ocean Adventures’ and the latest BBC series, as well as new publication work for Dorling Kindersley’s ‘Reef’, the companies profile is growing within Sabah and throughout the world. Download the article here.