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Taken by: Henry Jager

"Cuttlefish" from Raja Ampat, West Papua
"Cuttlefish" from Raja Ampat, West Papua  by Henry Jager
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Posted: Sunday, June 1, 2008- (6/1/2008 1:19:00 PM)
Category: Wide Angle - Marine Life
location: Halmahera Sea Indonesia
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message this message is importantHnery...great shot, which dive operation did you use ?

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message Thanks, Larry

I was with Papua-Diving (papua-diving.com) on Sorido Bay (Kri Island). Fabulous dives there The guides are really good in finding anything you like, from pygmies to mantas! You feel the spirit of Max's (the Manager) enthusiasm in loving nature, pioneering, conservation, and of course hospitality. A five star recommendation smile

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Henry
 
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message Super, that's who we contacted after we found the Peter Hughes Liveaboard was booked for 2008.

With a Sunday to Sunday travel schedule, and then being down on Saturday for locals day of rest, did you only get five days of 2-tank dives or could you do shore dives and or night dives from house reef ?

Larry
 
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message Hi Larry

You have usually 2 dives in the morning and one in the afternoon. An additional night dive or a mandarin dive at about 5-6pm at the jetty is always possible. They fullfill every wish wink

So you have the possibility of 3 - 4 dives daily.

Cheers
Henry
 
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