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Raja Ampat Unique Photo Opportunities Nov 2004

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#1 Tonym


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Posted 06 July 2004 - 09:37 AM

Get Award Winning Photos in Indonesia

Join a trip dedicated to creating award winning
underwater photos.

If you like wide angle underwater photography with brilliant
corals and Mega schools of fish this trip is for you.

If you like to dive & photograph the best sites and skip the rest,
then read a little further or call

Call TonyM or DebF in TX - 817.626.0636

Join Deb Fugitt for a liveaboard trip to the Raja Ampat Islands,
Irian Jaya (West Papua) Indonesia, the far west end of New
Guinea Island.

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We have two spaces available Nov 28th-Dec 7th 2004 due
to a cancellation and a few spaces for Nov 14-26.

Each trip is limited to 12 guests.

Special group airfare available.

Experienced Guides

We've spent over 18 weeks creating images on 4+ dives
per day in Raja Ampat over the past 5 years and know the
reefs and conditions necessary for optimal image making.

Since 1999, Deb has written dive magazine articles; created
several websites for the area; has contributed photos to dive
magazines in Asia, the USA and UK; presented shows at DEMA,
Seaspace and UPS club meetings; and wrote the Raja Ampat
section of the Periplus Guide to Diving in Asia. Deb has
organized trips to Asia and the Caribbean since 1994.

This is not an exploratory trip. The ship’s captain has 5
years liveaboard experience in Raja Ampat too.

What You Will See

The goal for these trips is to get the guests onto the best reefs
for optimal image making and give them the freedom necessary
to create their images.

You will visit healthy reefs, unusual reef structures and
memorable dive sites in the area with the most diverse
marine life ever recorded.

Huge schools of fish: barracuda, surgeonfish, fusiliers, batfish,
sweetlips... macro creatures: blue-ring octopus, pygmy seahorses,
double ended pipefish, shrimp gobies, nudibranchs, and loads
of reef fish.

Plus, beautiful unspoiled topside scenery.

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For more information, 2 photo galleries, and the Scuba Globe
Dec. 2003 article on Raja Ampat Diving click on the link below.

[size=18]See: http://www.cityseahorse.com/rajaampat

Call TonyM or DebF in TX - 817.626.0636

Special group airfare available.