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Happy Earth Day! Join The Cat Ppalu For A Diadema Research Trip

Discussion in 'All Star Liveaboards' started by All Star Liveaboards, Apr 22, 2016.

  1. All Star Liveaboards

    All Star Liveaboards ScubaBoard Business Sponsor ScubaBoard Business Sponsor

    # of Dives: 5,000 - ∞
    Location: Bahamas, BVI, Indonesia, Philippines
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    All Star Liveaboards takes an active role in maintaining or improving our reef ecosystems through various Reef Improvement Projects. We are working together with Dr Craig Dahlgren, a marine field biologist, and Tanya Kamerman, a graduate student at Nova Southeastern University, on diadema (sea urchin) relocation, creating a coral reef farm and coral transplantation. June 18-24 we will be operating one of our Reef Improvement Project charters on the Cat Ppalu. We still have space remaining and for $1,545 plus port tax you can join us and do your part to help improve our oceans. This includes accommodations, close to 19 dives, meals and beverages.

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    www.allstarliveaboards.com
    www.catppalu.com
    1-888-327-9600
     
  2. Bruce Purdy

    Bruce Purdy Garibaldi

    # of Dives: 2,500 - 4,999
    Location: Destin, Fl
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    All Star Liveaboards takes an active role in maintaining or improving our reef ecosystems through various Reef Improvement Projects. We will be running an another Diadema re-location trip Feb 4-10. The cost is $1,595 plus port fees. This includes accommodations, up to 19 dives, meals and beverages. We would love to have your help in our program to improve the reefs. We are working together with Dr Craig Dahlgren, a marine field biologist, and Tanya Kamerman, a graduate student at Nova Southeastern University, on diadema (sea urchin) relocation, creating a coral reef farm and coral transplantation.

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    www.allstarliveaboards.com
    www.catppalu.com
    1-888-327-9600
     

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