A trip to PNG (Papua New Guinea) wouldn’t be complete without going scuba diving. This past September we lived aboard the Febrina for ten days and scuba dived in Kimbe Bay. A chain of dormant volcanoes form the scenic boundaries of Kimbe Bay, encompassing hundreds of submerged reefs. Scientists studying the region have already identified more than 900 specifies of fish and 400 species of corals. In the Kimbe Bay area there are more than 190 reefs and everything that is part of the tropical ecosystem exists in the bay, where you can see coral reefs, colorful fish life, turtles and sharks. My personal favorite was the teeny tiny pygmy seahorse.