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  1. Hi all, I'm looking forward to trying out my new rig, but would love to go on a boat which is catered for photographers. Doesn't have to be overly serious, but someone who's able to position the boat in a decent manner to make it easier to try and get head on shots, or have a boat with fresh water etc. Any advice would be greatly appreciated, as at the moment we have the following ear marked, "On Isla Mujeres", due to the bigger boat and less of a propensity for sea sickness (yes, even the hardiest of sea scurveys get sick on these boats). Thanks!
  2. I have been trying to see whether it is possible to have your (nauticam) housing professionally cleaned/serviced...? I work in a dive centre and take photos for customers nearly every day so after 6 months its probably had more dives than people who have maybe owned one for 5 years .. :\ I currently reside in Thailand its super sandy and salty all the time and even though i clean my housing on regular basis, its a losing battle with all the dust etc in the nooks and corners! I tried to have a look on google to see if it was possible to send your housing away, for lets say a week or two, to have it really properly cleaned by professionals who know how to diss and re assemble it, but I couldnt find any information. Has anyone had a service of this kind on their housing? Specifically a nauticam housing. I am going back home to London in a month and a half so I thought id check before I went home, so preferably businesses located in London, the UK in general or also Bangkok. Thank you fellow photographers!
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