Scubazoo was featured on CNBC Asia TV programme World Business. Watch it online.
Scubazoo Cameraman Simon Enderby was recently featured on Metro. He shared his top 5 most dangerous dives.
Scubazoo’s underwater filming team of Simon Enderby, Chris Tan and Seok Wun joined a scientific team which consisted of some of the biggest names in Marine Science to document the marine diversity off Brunei
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.
Scubazoo were recently involved in filming for ‘The End of the Line’ – a theatrical release about the devastating effects of overfishing.
Kudos to Adam Broadbent this month as his colour saturated blenny gets the honour of the Scuba diver Australasia cover.
Its a dirty job but somebody’s go to do it…. in March, ICON wrapped shooting on ALL ABOUT DUNG here in Borneo.
Scubazoo are proud to announce that we have joined forces with Jo Sarsby personal management.
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.
Since 2005, SCUBAZOO have been directly involved in the Year of the Turtle, launched in Bangkok in March 2006. This huge project aims to increase awareness of the plight of sea turtles throughout Asia.