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Underwater Photo Location: Yap, Vertigo Dive Site

Underwater Photo Location: Yap, Vertigo Dive Site

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Great boat dive... loads of shark action!
Facts about Yap, Vertigo Dive Site
  • It is in Micronesia
  • Yap, Vertigo Dive Site is in the Pacific.
  • The typical depth is 0-30 Metres 0-100 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 10-30 Metres 30-100 Feet.
Dive types
dayboat

Marine Life
sharks

Diving facilities
airnitroxrepairshireinstructionguidedfriendly

Photo facilities
macrowideanglerepairsphireinstruction

by Martin Dalsaso
Shark dive (gray) at Vertigo, Yap, Micronesia

by Wolfgang Zwicknagl
Taken in 2007 with the compact camera I had this time. Still a nice example for excellent timing and a lot of good luck - this shark was a little too greedy and couldn´t swallow his portion of the bait.

by Peter Allinson
My friend in the background flooded his camera and watched us take pictures, phot of anemonefish

by Lars Peters
I shoot this photo on Yap, dive site Vertigo.

by Steven Miller
Sunset split Blacktip Reefshark in Yap Mantafest

by Steven Miller
Yap evening splits. We lost a stop every few minutes as the sun set, call out when you notice it in your preview- it's easy to forget to change with the light.

by Steven Miller
Light Play. That highlight is the sun coming through the scupper on the boat.. it danced

by Steven Miller
Blacktip Pass

by Steven Miller
Bubbles and light

by Steven Miller
the last thing you see

by Steven Miller
Bubble bath

by Steven Miller
Starburst. Calm seas, clear skies, and killer viz
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