Monthly Archives: March 2015

Building Triton Bay Divers

Come my friends, tis not too late to seek a newer world” – Alfred, Lord Tennyson

Perhaps we do not need, like Tennyson’s Ulysses and his mariners, to look for a new world but rather renew the one we live in now. We are a global community, connected like never before, and with an inter-continental flight we can go from our ultra-modern cities to the most remote lands. The mistakes made by first world countries in our rush to economic development are being made everywhere around the planet, and sadly there are few places like Triton Bay now. Such places need to be accessible to all but they also need to be preserved, and it was in this spirit that this project was conceived.

Building this resort was an act of faith, a daily test of patience, a compromise between different visions. Speaking strictly for myself, there were many times I thought it was not supposed to be this hard. Before construction even began I had almost given up a dozen times. But I believe the Universe doesn’t give us more than we can handle, and somehow this project that has taken the last two and a half years is finally almost complete.

To nature lovers everywhere, we humbly present Triton Bay Divers. If all who come here can escape from their busy lives and find peace and tranquility, our purpose will be achieved.

Jimmy

Our First Visitors

Triton Bay Divers had the pleasure of welcoming our very first “official” visitors at the end of February, Maria & Guillem, a very kind and understanding couple from Barcelona, Spain.  Maria and Guillem, you will always be welcome back here if you wish to return.

Unofficially, our first visitors were Susan & Dana, a couple who first sailed here in October aboard their yacht, the Villa G.  Susan & Dana then traveled Raja Ampat, met several people aboard other yachts, and brought everyone to Triton Bay in February. So we met some new friends: Jon & Sue aboard the luxury catamaran Ocelot, Peter, Melya & family aboard Per Ardua, and Patrick & Rebecca aboard Brickhouse.  Unfortunately, Brickhouse had to leave early as their visa was ending so we could not get a proper photo, but below are some pictures of Maria & Guillem, Dana & Susan, and the yachts Villa G, Ocelot, and Per Ardua moored in front of the resort.