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The Undersea Explorer PNG - New Departures

Discussion in 'Trips and Marketplace: Liveaboards' started by PDT, Nov 21, 2019.

  1. PDT

    PDT Angel Fish

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    Location: Australia
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    The Undersea Explorer – Papua New Guinea

    The Conflict Islands is pleased to announce that the Undersea Explorer will return to what it does best, providing scuba divers with amazing underwater diving!

    Some of you may remember the Undersea Explorer (or the UE as she is affectionally known), as being based in Port Douglas, Australia. She has since moved on and is currently based in the Conflict Islands, Papua New Guinea. She is primarily in a supply vessel role, but don’t be fooled, she is excellently maintained & cared for. This year she was refitted in Cairns and new generators have been added. She is looking in fantastic shape.

    They are now offering her on several special charter trips next year departing from Alotau, Papua New Guinea, through Milne Bay into the Conflict Islands. Limited to just 12 divers she has ample space and comfort for everyone. The diving will be conducted from tenders with up to four dives per day including a night dive. The dive groups will be led by a local dive guide and keep to a maximum of six divers per group.

    The diving in and around the Conflict Islands is stunning. There is not “blankets”, but “lawns” of healthy, vibrant, soft & hard corals rolling out into the distance, as far as the eye can see. The visibility is so great, this is possible. The colours on display are breathtaking, so vivid and wonderous. Visiting these sites is a must for every scuba diver.

    Accompanying you on each trip will be Terry Smith from Pelagic Dive Travel, who can help you organise any travel arrangements before & after. With Terry on board, you know you are in good hands.

    Join us today!

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    If you would like to contact us please email to info@pelagicdivetravel.com

    Agents Welcome
     

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