Our second month of guests at the new resort has been quite exciting with the cold water upwelling starting to bring in some of the more seasonal pelagic fish. We had thermoclines on some of the southern sites reaching 14C (with surface water temperature still 27C), which caused the reef fish to school together looking for the warm pockets – which we were happy to share with them! In the deep and clear cold water, we had some huge marble ray sightings and also the start of the thresher sharks making their way through the Pantar Straight – we had our first thresher shark sighting of the year at Clown Valley.