Phillipines Photographic Workshop ( September 29th – October 09th , 2010)

This year we have decided to change destination and go to the Phillipines, where i have already dived twice in the past.

The following are sample itineraries for each of our Philippine itineraries. We follow basic and familiar routes through our destinations. However we are flexible to alter a dive route subject to customer request and satisfaction. Plus we endeavour to dive a site when there are no divers from other boats. (Of course, this is not always possible on very popular dive sites). Our flexibility sets us apart from other liveaboards that operate to strict schedules and thus manufacture the diving experience. We take a relaxed, personal yet professional attitude towards our customers by providing them such versatility.

Ultimately, however, whenever we set sail we must have complete respect for the sea. We study weather conditions and ensure we have the latest weather news so we can plan our trips accordingly. In light of this, the Crew Coordinator may re-route the dive trip to ensure the safety of all on board, or to re-plan a more desirable route for diving within the limitations of predicted weather patterns.

1.1 - Southern visayas from mactan island to apo island: 10 days / 10 nights

Up to 35 dives including up to 6 night dives

  • Day 1 – Depart Mactan Island (2 dives)

We will board the SY Philippines Siren at around 2pm close to the airport on Mactan Island. We set sail and after a briefing we shall dive the sites around the island.

Dive 1 – Tambuli: An easy shallow dive to reacquaint oneself with diving.

Dive 2 – Marigondon: A reef wall with a drop to 55m with nice corals and fish life.

Dinner will be around 7pm and a night dive after is possible.

  • Day 2 – Cabilao Island (4 dives)

Departing early for Cabilao Island, where we shall spend the whole day.

Dive 1 – Hammerhead Point: This dive has everything, but most divers hope to see the hammerhead sharks.

Dive 2 – Southwest Point: Teeming with corals and fish life, a great drift dive.

Dive 3 – Southwest Point: Travelling in the opposite direction this site offers enormous gorgonian sea fans and lots of black coral.

Dive 4 – Optional night dive.

  • Day 3 – Panglao Island & Balicasag (4 dives)

Departing early for the island of Panglao for 2 dives and then onto Balicasag for 2.

Dive 1 – Duljo Point: Chance of seeing some large pelagics however the wall is covered in corals and the fish life includes Jacks, Batfish, Wrasse, Groupers, Napolean Wrasse and Whitetip and Grey Reef Sharks.

Dive 2 – Napaling: This wall has everything from the shallows to the deep.

Dive 3 – Pamilacan Island: Manta Rays are often seen here.

Dive 4 – Southwest / Southeast wall: Both world class dives with tuna and sharks.

  • Day 4 – Siquijor Island (4 dives)

Dive 1 – Tonga Point: Prolific fish life and excellent corals.

Dive 2 – San Juan: Ribbon Eels are common here.

Dive 3 – Paliton Wall: Beautiful corals including large barrel sponges.

Dive 4 – Daquit Shoal: famous for “cathedral” overhangs made up by Gorgonians.

For dinner we shall anchor in a beautiful bay around the island which will be unveiled in the morning.

  • Day 5 – Apo Island (4 dives)

Spending the day at what many people believe to be the Philippines most successful

Marine Sanctuary. A visit to see the islanders is an option.

Dive 1 – Coconut Point: Strong currents attract fish including shoals of barracuda.

Dive 2 – Cogon Point: An overhang wall with prolific fish life and stony corals.

Dive 3 – Marine Sanctuary: Manta Rays,Turtles and shoals of Jacks are common.

Dive 4 – Mamsa Point: Sloping reef with Blacktip and Whitetip Sharks.

  • Day 6 – Apo Island (4 dives)

Another great day diving around Apo Island where we will enjoy 3 day dives and a night dive. Further sites include Olo Point, Old Volcano, Jigdup Reef and Sunken cemetery. We say our final farewell to Apo Island and then head toward Dumaguete.

  • Day 7 – Dumaguete (4 dives)

We spend the whole day here as it offers a variety of dives.

Dive 1 – Tacot: This site often attracts large pelagic species.

Dive 2 – Calong Calong Point: many varieties of soft and stony corals and reef fish.

The remaining dives will be spent in the muck diving sites where Frogfish and Ornate Ghost Pipe fish can be found. The Pier is a favourite as Mandarin Fish can be found there.

  • Day 8– Dumaguete & Cebu (4 dives)

We do 2 more dives around Dumaguete before heading North to Cebu

Manta Rays can be spotted at dive sites such as Looc and Liloan Point.

  • Day 9– Cebu and Sumilon Island (4 dives)

We stay around Cebu looking to dive with more Mata Rays before moving off to

Sumilon Island. Sumilon Island continues to offer the possibility of spotting Manta

Rays as well as sea snakes, turtles and a variety of sharks.

  • Day 10 – Baliqasac & Cabilao (2 dives)

We depart early and do the first dive at Baliqasac to see if we can spot Manta Rays

and Hammerhead Sharks. Our last dive will be around Cabilao island with a final

chance to see Hammerhead Sharks. We then head back to Mactan island where we

spend our last night.

Disembark the next morning following breakfast.

1.02 – Southern Leyte to Bohol – 10 Days / 10 Nights

Up to 32 dives including up to 6 night dives

  • Day 1 – Depart Mactan Island (2 dives)

We will board the SY Philippines Siren at around 2pm close to the airport on Mactan Island. We set sail and after a briefing we shall dive the sites around the island.

Dive 1 – Tambuli: An easy shallow dive to reacquaint oneself with diving.

Dive 2 – Marigondon: A reef wall with a drop to 55m with nice corals and fish life.

Dinner will be around 7pm and a night dive after is possible.

  • Day 2 – Mactan Island & Olango Island (4 dives)

Dive 1 – Mabini Point: A deep dive to watch Hammerhead Sharks and Whalesharks.

Dive 2 – Baring: Another deep dive to watch for Whitetip and Grey Reef Sharks.

Dive 3 – Santa Rosa: Rich in marine life

Dive 4 – Poo: A shallow option for a night dive.

  • Day 3 – Bohol & Lapinin Island (4 dives)

We spend the day diving rarely visited sites where dolphins and even pilot whales can be seen. The reefs here teem with tuna, snappers, groupers and mackerel.

  • Day 4 – Southern Leyte (4 dives)

This area offers some of the best diving in the Philippines.

Dive 1 – Roy’s Langub: A deep dive with a cave at the bottom containing many fish.

Dive 2 – Walter’s Rock: A deep dive with the possibility of Whale Sharks.

Dive 3 – Doctor Doctor: A great shallow dive with great corals and fish life

Dive 4 – Coral Garden: optional night dive.

  • Day 5 – Sogod Bay (4 dives)

Sogod Bay ofers prolific marine life from Pygmy Seahorses to Whale Sharks. Sogod

Bay is essentially virgin territory and as a result new sites are continually being

discovered.

Dive 1 – Sunok: Whale Sharks can be seen here.

Dive 2 – Sunok: If the Whale Sharks are around you will want a second dive here.

Dive 3 – Bunga Bend: Muck diving for macro subjects such as Pigmy Seahorses.

Dive 4 – Whip City: Muck diving for macro subjects such as Ghost Pipe Fish.

  • Day 6 – Limasawa Island (4 dives)

Dive 1 – Adrian’s Cove – Deep and steep walls with occasional Hammerheads.

Dive 2 – Zack’s Cove – Great corals clinging to the steep walls.

Dive 3 – Tankan: Huge Barrel Sponges and Turtles and Eagle Rays.

Dive 4 – Santa Sofia: Mandarin Fish, Frog Fish can be found amongst the soft coral.

  • Day 7 – Limasawa Island (4 dives)

We spend another day around Limasawa Island enjoying the critters and with luck some pelagics. We then head to Panglao island at the end of the diving day.

  • Day 8 – Panglao Island & Baliqasac (4 dives)

Dive 1 – Duljo Point: Chance of seeing some large pelagics however the wall is covered in corals and the fish life includes Jacks, Batfish, Wrasse, Groupers, Napolean Wrasse and Whitetip and Grey Reef Sharks.

Dive 2 – Napaling: This wall has everything from the shallows to the deep.

Dive 3 – Pamilacan Island: Manta Rays are often seen here.

Dive 4 – Southwest / Southeast wall: Both world class dives with Tuna and Sharks.

  • Day 9 – Baliqasac & Cabilao (4 dives)

We dive twice around Baliqasac on the amazing walls that offer wonderful corals and the chance to dive with Napolean Wrasse, large Groupers, Barracuda, Tuna and of course the occasional Grey or whitetip Reef Shark.

We then head to Cabilao Island for one day dive and an optional night dive. Cabilao is noted for sightings of Hammerhead Sharks.

  • Day 10 – Cabilao Island and Mactan Island (2 dives)

Dive 1 – Hammerhead Point: As the name implies, Hammerhead Sharks can be seen.

Dive 2 – Southwest Point: The reef is teeming with life, a perfect last dive.

We head back to Mactan Island spending the evening on the boat before disembarking the next morning after breakfast.

1.03 – Borocay via apo reef to the wrecks of coron – 10 days / 10 nights

Up to 32 dives including up to 6 night dives

This trip starts and finishes either in Borocay or in Coron as it alternates between

the two. Below is borocay to coron, just reverse if starting from coron.

  • Day 1 – Borocay (2 dives)

We meet at the Ferry Station at 2pm and after a briefing carry out the first dive which is a check dive. After dinner at 7pm an optional night dive can be arranged.

  • Day 2 – Borocay and Carabo Island (4 dives)

Dive 1 – Yapak 1: A chimney to descend and exit at 40m for the brave.

Dive 2 – Yapak 2: Look out into the blue for Hammerhead, Grey and Whitetip Reef Sharks as well as Manta and Eagle Rays.

Dive 3 – Cathedral Cave: Suitable even for novice divers, this cave houses many fish

Night Dive 4 – Village Mountain: Good reef fish and some large pelagics species.

  • Day 3 – Maniquin (4 dives)

Dive 1 – North Face: Offering everything including Hammerheads and Manta Rays.

Dive 2 – North Face: A second dive at this awesome site.

Dive 3 – South Face: As exciting as the North Face including Bumphead Parrotfish.

Dive 4 – South Face: A second dive at this awesome site.

  • Day 4 – Kaluya, Sibay, Simirara and Llin islands (4 dives)

We dive around these Islands for the whole day and hope to see large numbers of patrolling sharks. The corals are very colourful and pristine and the fish life abundant.

  • Day 5, 6, 7 – Apo Reef – UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITE (12 dives)

We shall be diving a number of sites during our three days here. The whole Northeast side of Apo Reef consists of drop-offs and overhangs where Whitetip Reef and Grey Reef Sharks, Turtles, Barracuda and shoals of Snapper are common. The reef is covered with table corals, staghorn corals, porites corals, fire corals and a varirty of soft corals. The remainder of Apo Reef have steep walls with strong currents that attract pelagic such as Hammerhead Sharks and Manta Rays.

  • Day 8 & 9 – Busuanga Island and the Coron Wrecks (4 dives)

We shall spend two days around Busuanga Island the largest in the Calamian Group.

The World War 2 wrecks around Busuanga Island, particularly in Coron Bay, are a

condensed version of Truk Lagoon, Micronesia but with the advantage of not being

beyong recreational dive depths and having more favourable currents. There are

twelve wrecks that can be dived and amongst the best are:

Nanshin Maru, Taiei Maru, Unknown Wreck, Kogyo Maru, Olympia

Maru, Irako and the Gunboat at Lusong Island. All are auxiliary vessels however

the Akitsushima is a true warship and lies at a depth of between 20m and 38m.

  • Day 10 – Busuanga Island(2 dives)

The first dive is at Cayangan Lake. This is a unique dive in that the turquoise

freshwater lake, surrounded by spectacular limestome pinnacles, is served by

a hot spring. As you move out from the walls and descend, the water gets hotter

and hotter. Our final dive will be chosen from Coral garden or Gunter’s Cathedral.

We spend the last night on board before departing the next morning at 10am after

breakfast.

Komodo Photographic Workshop (September 09 – September 19, 2009)News & Results

“Dolphins hunting with sharks, napoleon wrasse, moray eels, and kingfishes with tuna on top! I thought it could only be seen during the sardine run!!! ” These were my words to my buddy, Natalie, sitting speechless in front of me on the rib. And let’s not even start mentioning about the active sea life on the reef. All of this on one single dive, Castle Rock, my best dive sites in South East Asia.

Komodo has a pristine and a very diversified reef system, bubbling with life. This makes the perfect environment for the underwater photographers, who want to improve their techniques and who are still searching their favorite style. You can either shoot macro or wide angle as much as you want and this on nearly every dive sites.

It is true that sometimes there is a bit of current, but it is much easier than shooting in surge conditions, where it is nearly impossible to stand still. On the other hand, we all know that no current means less fish.

This Year we decided to launch another competition during the trip. The participant had to enter their 3 best shots taken during the trip. They were then judged on the best average.

Kitty Jempson, who help me run the workshop sums up the trip: “I have just returned from another absolutely fantastic trip on Worldwide Dive and Sail’s new boat, P. Siren (let’s make the ‘P’ stand for photo for the purpose of this trip) where Gerald and I were running a photo workshop. The boat is stunning, the crew astonishingly good, the diving is world-class and the food, THE FOOD – I think I must have eaten my body weight in food every day! We had a superb group, and Frank, the crazy Dutch owner, made the trip that bit more special (we were VERY lucky, probably the luckiest group in SE Asia). The standard of photography this year was outstanding making the job for the competition judges very difficult, but in the end Rachel Russell’s photos stood out and she won the competition winning a return trip on P. Siren next year. In close second was Cedric Villiere and third place was Catherine Urso.”

Here are some of the competitors shots starting with the winners in the above order:

2nd Komodo Photographic Workshop (September 09 – September 19, 2009)

Following a very successful and popular photography workshop in 2008 we are happy to be running another trip in 2009.

Reduced from 16 passengers to just 12, with expert coaching from Kitty Jempson and myself this is where you need to be if you are a new or budding underwater photographer. With one to one feedback and dives in very small numbers, you will leave a better photographer. You will have talks on subjects such as composition, macro, wide angle, strobe use and lighting, camera maintenance, editing in an enjoyable relaxed atmosphere. You will have the opportunity to work with a professional underwater model.

The difference with our trips are the extent to which we get to know all about your chosen camera set up and ensure they are familiar with it all before you join the trip. They also listen to what you wish to learn and where your personal photography interest lie. The trips are suited to both digital compact and slr users.

During the cruise you will have the opportunity to submit one picture you have taken during the trip. This is entered into the on-board photo competition and the winner will win a return free trip! That is an amazing one in twelve chance of winning!

Komodo offers an amazing array of photography options from macro and critter to large pelagics such as sharks, mantas. We also of course do a number of land visits to look for the world famous Komodo Dragon.

The New Phillipines Siren is the new sailing boat of World Wide Dive and Sail ltd , operating in South East Asia. Frank the owner of the fleet is an amazing character and has certainy understood all the needs of the underwater photographers. The boat is designed for us with and amazing space for the ones who like to have bit of peace. All the rooms are equiped with computers connected with the 47 inch tv in the main saloon if ever you would like to share your amazing pictures with the rest of the divers.

I will never forget what Thomas, our dive leader, who visited the boat for the first time as well, and who has been working on many liveaboards before, said to Liam, our roommate! ” Liam watch carefully, because you will never share such a big room ever again in any other boat! Amazing! There was so much space; we could easily fit a dining table in the middle!

Sample Dive Site Itineraries

The following are sample itineraries for each of our destinations. We follow basic and familiar routes through our destinations. However we are flexible to alter a dive route subject to customer request and satisfaction. Plus we endeavor to dive a site when there are no divers from other boats. (Of course, this is not always possible on very popular dive sites). Our flexibility sets us apart from other liveaboards that operate to strict schedules and thus
manufacture the diving experience. We take a relaxed, personal yet professional attitude
towards our customers by providing them such versatility.

Ultimately, however, whenever we set sail we must have complete respect for the sea.
We study weather conditions and ensure we have the latest weather news so we can plan our
trips accordingly. In light of this, the Crew Coordinator may re-route the dive trip to ensure
the safety of all on board, or to re-plan a more desirable route for diving within the limitations
of predicted weather patterns. We provide detailed dive site descriptions and destination maps on our website under each relevant destination.

Komodo & Sunda Islands, Indonesia (10 Days & Nights). Up to 32 dives including up to 6 night dives.

Day 1: Arrive Bima, Sumbawa Island, met at airport and transferred to boat (2 dives)

3:00pm: Depart Bima and head toward the Island of Sangeang.
Dive 1: Bima Bay – A great location for a check out dive with the possibility to observe some small critters.
Dive 2:Optional night dive.

Day 2: Sangeang Island (4 dives)

A small and active island where lava ridges can be seen leading to pristine hard and soft corals.
Dive 1: Menjang Wall is a macro heaven but currents can be strong.
Dive 2:  Tikno’s Reef has dark volcanic sand and is home to critters.
Dive 3:  Black Magic where mimic octopuses can be found.
Dive 4: Night dive at one of the above sites.

Day 3: Banta Island (4 dives)

Experience strong and cold currents from the Flores Basin rush through the widest point between the islands of Nusa Tenggara.
Dive 1: GPS Point has suffered some coral damage however offers great opportunity to meet pelagics such as sharks, dogtooth tuna, spanish mackrel and barracuda.
Dive 2: GPS Point
Dive 3: Tanduk Rasa is another great spot to see sharks including Grey Reef Sharks, Blacktip Reef Sharks and Whitetip Reef Sharks.
Dive 4: Star Wars is a gentle slope down to 30 metres and has great coral, fish in numbers and Pygmy Seahorses can be found.

Day 4: Komodo Marine Park, Satonda Island (4 dives)

Famous for it’s fruit bats, Satonda Island has patchy coral however is a muck diving hot spot. We shall spend four dives here looking for the rare clown frogfish, ghost pipefish, boxer crabs and other small critters.

Day 5, 6, 7, 8 & 9: Komodo Marine Park (18 dives)

We spend five amazing days in the Komodo Marine Park and on land looking for the Komodo Dragon! Rinca Island is home to various species of wild animals such as black buffalos, pigs, deer, monkeys and of course the Komodo Dragons. We spend one morning with a park ranger trekking and learning about these legendary animals.
The diving is just as memorable and you will dive sites such as Gili Darat, South Passage, Taka Toko, Gili Lawalaut, Crystal Rock, Pink Beach Entrance, Cannibal Rock, The Three Sisters, Manta Alley, Takat Makasar, Tatawa Kecil and more. Of special note is Manta Alley where you can expect to see large numbers of Manta Rays lining up to be cleaned. Canniball Rock is one of the best sites in Komodo. Here you can observe Pigmy Seahorses, Yellow Ribbon Sweetlips, Sea Apples and frogfish. Castle Rock is an awesome site where you can see huge schools of trevally, barracuda, sharks, rays and dolphins.

Day 10: Return to Bima, Sumbawa Island

We do a couple of early morning dives allowing plenty of time to be able to fly the following day (dependant on airline schedules). The sites chosen are shallow but offer great critter spotting opportunities. We party on our last night together and normally have a BBQ.

Day 11: Disembark

Disembark for return flight to Bali.

Price

The price for 10 days 10 nights, four dives per day, enriched air nitrox (if suitably qualified), all meals, all drinks including beer (excluding wine and spirits), the full time support and assistance from us, all talks and of course the chance to win a free return holiday is: 2750 Euro per person excluding flights.

Reservations

If you would like to reserve your place, please contact Kitty or me using the following contact details:Gerald Rambert Sun Divers Ltd, Mauritius Contact for more infos Kitty Jempson, England Contact for more infos.

Places sold out very very quickly on our last trip, do not miss out. After the success of the previous trip to the Komodo, we have decided to renew the experience and share with you the passion of underwater photography.

Komodo Photographic Workshop (September 27 – October 6, 2008) News & Results

We came back last week and it was hard to go back to work after such a great time. The trip was absolutely amazing, with loads of pictures opportunities. it run smoothly as we had the best group of photographer ever, and it was a great pleasure for me to run this workshop.

During the week the participants were gavering pictures and er launched a small competition to spice up the atmosphere. The participants had to enter 3 pictures of their choice, either 3 macro or 3 wide angle or a mix of both. The photographer with the best average won a trip to the back to the Komodo

The winner of the competition is: Edouardo Spacca

Camera: Canon powershot A570 Camera : Canon powershot A570 Sea & Sea

In Second place we have: Kathryn Prince

And in third position: Kathy White

And below the other entries:

Komodo Photographic Workshop (September 27 – October 6, 2008)

An amazing 10-day workshop is awaiting you this year. The SY Siren, the luxury yacht, is constructed from ironwood and teak in the same traditional Indonesian style as her sister Sampai Jumpa.

The 34-metre yacht carrying seven sails is being used for a very exciting 10 day trip concentrating around the Indonesian island of Komodo and the Sunda Islands. She can comfortably take care of up to 20 guests on each trip; however we are selling spaces for 14 guests. This allows for better personal tuition, less crowding underwater and plenty of space for kitting up your camera equipment.

She offers an expansive leisure deck area, a spacious air-conditioned saloon with cocktail bar, a dining area and 8 large air-conditioned cabins, each with their own personal computer, audio-visual entertainment system and en-suite bathrooms with hot water. All rooms feature a port hole sea-view and are lavished with luxury extras including bathrobes, hair dryers, hot towels, individually controlled mood lighting and individual controls for your air-conditioning unit. We offer a Laundry Service on the Yacht, as well as a Massage Service! Ideal for those sore muscles between dives. Our Yacht features a Boutique which will make available to customers Worldwide Dive and Sail merchandise, including hats, log books, t-shirts, shorts, bathrobes and lighters just to name a few items.

The SY Siren provides Enriched Air Nitrox and all equipment and facilities required by underwater photographers. Enriched Air Nitrox is FREE for all certified Nitrox divers! If you are not a certified Nitrox diver we can certainly teach you the Enriched Air Specialty.

She is perfect for those looking for that extra luxury, extravagance and comfort! This special charter for photographers whether new or experienced makes this an even more special. There will be plenty of dedicated camera only rinse tanks for your equipment, charging points and work tables. Of course each suite has an individual computer to allow downloads of the days photos and allows you to edit your work.

A competition for the best photo taken on the trip will be held and will be judged at “Visions in the Sea 2008″ in London. The prize will be very special and you will have a one in fourteen chance of winning!

Kitty Jempson will be onboard. The two of us will be on hand to offer advice, techniques, and will give constructive feed back on your pictures. We will give fun and informative talks, demonstrations of their own work and will even give advice on editing your pictures with the use of a computer.

This trip is best suited to those with a digital camera, whether compact or SLR. Those that own film cameras are welcome but will find the lack of processing opportunities frustrating as they watch their fellow guests download their pictures. This trip is also open to Videographers and again the facilities onboard cater for your needs.

We also hope to have a pre departure day in London at Ocean Optics. On this day you will have the opportunity to purchase last minute spares (o rings, silicon, lenses etc) or discuss your needs with Steve. We are also trying to secure some special treats for this trip and hope that INON who make great strobes and lenses will allow us to play and test some of their kit on this trip. Kitty is a superb dive instructor and photographer and will be on hand to give advice on SLR and also your techniques underwater including buoyancy. You will also have the opportunity to work with a professional underwater model Estee, my underwater model, will be onboard to give advises and will be happy to help you on your creative and composition side.

Itinerary

Day 1: Depart Bima at 14.00 for the islands of Satonda, Moyo and Medang. We will wet our feet with the first dive of the trip and spend the evening at Satonda.

Days 2 & 3: We dive Moyo Island, exploring the dive sites of Angel and Panjang reef where we will see massive barrel sponges, schools of long-fin banner fish, red tooth triggers, frogfish, nudibranchs, eels, surgeonfish, snapper, dogtooth tuna, and if we are lucky we will catch sight of the elusive pygmy seahorses. On Moyo we will visit a local village before heading to Medang to enjoy the afternoon and evening.

Days 4 & 5: Leaving early in the morning we depart for Satonda Island for 3 day dives, and after a dazzling tropical sunset speckled with the silhouettes of hundreds of native bats, we will plunge into the dark blue for a world class night dive. Following a delicious feast we depart overnight for Sangiang Island, famous for rare nudibranchs, pygmy seahorse and underwater hot springs that support this very unique aquatic ecosystem. We explore further towards Banta Islands where we can encounter the big fish! The dive sites of Tanduk Rusa and GPS Point are well-known for sharks and large pelagic.

Days 6 – 10: The remaining days will be spent navigating and diving the Komodo Marine Park, visiting the famous dive sites of Gili Darat, South Passage, Taka Toko, Gili Lawalaut, Crystal Rock, Pink Beach Entrance, Cannibal Rock, The Three Sisters, Manta Alley, Takat Makasar, Tatawa Kecil and many more! The variety of aquatic life is enormous in Komodo – from spanish dancers, manta rays, sharks, eagle rays, maori wrasse to frogfish just to name a few.

Price

We have two specially selected people on board to maximise your trip and photographic experience which is unique and offered at an unbelievable price. The 10-day trip which includes all diving, free nitrox (if qualified), free dive equipment (excluding computer) if required, all food, all drink (including beer, not spirits), and our services! Remember this trip has reduced numbers on board. The price is £1,450.00 which excludes flights. Flights are likely to be £500.00 to £700.00.

Reservations

To reserve your space for what is to be an amazing trip, you would need to pay a 30% deposit of £435.00. If you would like to reserve your place, please contact Kitty or me using the following contact details: Gerald Rambert Sun Divers Ltd, Mauritius Contact for more infos Kitty Jempson Dive Solutions, England Contact for more infos