British Columbia Trip
I'm sure anyone reading this is aware that
British Columbia has the finest cold water diving
anywhere on Earth. My trip in 2005 was some of the
most exhilarating diving I have done anywhere. I
will be chartering the Mamro again and heading back
DATES: May 1-8, 2009
COST: $1,899.00 USD per person
INCLUDES: All diving, meals, airfills,
tanks, weights, and non-alcoholic drinks. Does
not include airfare or transport to Port Hardy from Vancouver.
You will need to fly into Vancouver, BC then
drive to Port Hardy. We will rent two minivans for the group and that will cost a little extra--but cheaper than flying, especially with luggage.
be doing our diving in the amazing Port Hardy area.
I will be filming sequences for Jonathan
Bird's Blue World so we will have a
professional critter handler on the boat to help
with some of the sequences.
SOLD OUT !
Deposit - $500.00
Payment 2 - $500.00
Final Payment - $899.00
Our dive boat, the M/V
Mamro, a 52 foot live aboard dive boat out of
Port Hardy, BC.
SCHEDULE: Fly into Vancouver, drive to Port Hardy and board the boat
on May 1, 2009. Depart the boat for flights home on
May 8, 2009.
Read about my 2005 trip!
The world's largest blenny...a wolf "eel" at the
wreck of the Themis.
We will be see interesting and unusual animals like
this ratfish, a relative of sharks.
A big basket star on the wall
An orange sea star, red soft coral and yellow
sponge...it doesn't get much more colorful than
A face only a mother could love...a decorator
A small skulpin in soft coral. A good place for a
The amazing Browning Wall.
Colorful Clown shrimp hiding at the base of an
"What are you lookin' at?" This Irish Lord is
chomping on a crab.
Melibe nudibranchs filter feeding plankton.
The world's largest sea star, the Sunflower