These expeditions have been created to offer the best experience ever with the animals observed, in a totally respectful manner to the animals and their environment, with very high standard courses but comprehensible to anyone, in the best locations and in the best periods of the year. The participants encounter animals in their habitat and learn about biology, ecology and ethology of these predators. All guests can get in the water with animals as there is no scuba qualification required.
Divers removing garbage from the sea, while an installation artist is compiling a work of art out of the debris. Environmental specialists are spreading information about the conditions of the Baltic Sea.
Getting our act for underwater clean up at Pulau Bidong in Terengganu Malaysia. An island formerly known for accomodating Vietnamese boat people refugees in the 80's. Uninhabited but a popular stopover for fishing vessel for shelter and R&R.
Also an exploration muck dives at coastal waters in Merang for the seahorses! Understanding their habitat and identifying their species.
Please join us for the 3rd Annual North Carolina Marine Debris Symposium. See the website for details: www.ncmarinedebrissymposium.com Registration will be up soon along with a full four day agenda. The agenda includes a PADI Project AWARE Dive Against Debris Class and Underwater Cleanup on day 4 (Sept 17th). For more info, contact RidTheSeaOfMarineDebris@gmail.com or 910.330.3140. See you in the water!