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  1. Explore the Wrecks of Truk Lagoon Aboard the Truk Odyssey3 SPOTS AVAILABLE WITH OPTIONAL EXTENDED STAY AT THE TRUK STOP HOTEL March 25-April 1, 20187 nights - 5-1/2 days of diving $3295 per person/double occupancy $4995 guaranteed single occupancy Explore the WWII wrecks of Truk Lagoon aboard one of the world's favorite liveaboards, the Truk Odyssey. There is no better way to see Truk Lagoon! Odyssey is one of the world's finest live-aboard dive boats and they are typically booked up many years in advance. One trip aboard this boat and you'll understand why. THIS TRIP IS OPEN TO NON-PHOTOGRAPHERS TOO!! We will also offer several underwater photography related presentations on several of the evenings which include topics like photo composition, wreck photography, and image processing. This photo tour will be tailored to your needs and requests! Includes: Accommodations on board Odyssey for 7 nights 5 1/2 days of diving All diving while on board All meals while on board Nitrox fills for Nitrox certified divers round-trip airport transfers Photography workshop and assistance Does not include: Airfare Meals while in transit Hotels before or after the charter Crew gratuity Personal purchases Camera rentals $50 dive permit fee 5% VAT tax TRUK STOP HOTEL OPTIONAL ADD-ON: March 21-March 25, 2018: 5 nights accommodation at the Truk Stop Hotel, 4 days of diving Ocean View - $1147 single occupancy Ocean View - $847 per person/double occupancy Standard View - $1097 single occupancy Ocean View - $822 per person/double occupancy March 22-March 25, 2018: 4 nights accommodation at the Truk Stop Hotel, 3 days of diving Ocean View - $897 single occupancy Ocean View - $847 per person/double occupancy Standard View - $1097 single occupancy Ocean View - $822 per person/double occupancy For more info: http://underwatercolours.com/underwater-photography-workshops/truk-lagoon-aboard-odyssey-2018
  2. Hi All, Here are my photos from diving the major wrecks in the Red Sea north of Hurghada. I went on a live aboard with Emperor Divers and had an amazing time:) Can't wait to go back to Egypt for some more diving! http://www.thedeepblueportfolio.com/red-sea-wrecks-abu-nuhas-and-thistlegorm/
  3. Dear All, We started this petition and hoping you as fellow divers may give us some help. This idea is to put to rest HMS Illustrious in warm blue clear waters which apart from the legacy and its history, the reach from all divers around the world to dive it safely and in a safe country. www.ipetitions.com/petition/scuttle-hms-illustrious-in-malta Please copy link and sign. Thank you.
  4. My latest effort underwater. There's no banding in the original footage The Steam Ship was built and launched as ROSOLINO ORLANDO in 1919 by the "Società Esercizio Bacini of Riva Trigoso" for the "Industrie Navali Società Anonima" (INSA) of Genoa. In 1923 she was renamed VALSAVOIA. She was 5.733 tsl with a length x breadth of 117.60 x 15.70 m. The SS VALSAVOIA, was torpedoed and sunk by HMS SAFARI on February 2nd 1943, while traveling from Naples to Palermo,10 miles West of Capri island near Positano. The wreck lies under 85m/ 278ft of water in upward position. _____________________________________________________________________________________ Shot on a Panasonic GH2 + Lumix 7-14mm loaded with Lee Powell’s Flow Motion 2.02 settings; Nauticam Housing, 2x FIX Aquavolt3500 lights and 2x 50W HID Yellow Diving. Music: Dandi + Mattanza + Bologna from the soundtrack of "Romanzo Criminale" by Paolo Buonvino. Edited on Edius 6.07 + Canopus Imaginate 2 dor the animated chart [vimeohd]53775747[/vimeohd]
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