Project Shark: Galapagos

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Project Shark: Galapagos

blue o two is offering spaces aboard Galapagos Master for seven nights in August when it runs its first Project Shark: Galapagos trip, hosted by shark expert Dr Elke Bojanowski.

The week will involve close encounters (some 33 species can be found, including whale sharks) as well as rays in their natural habitat, says blue o two, while reminding us that the sightings cannot be guaranteed!

The diving will be accompanied by seminars on biology and behaviour of sharks.

The trip starts on 20 August and costs £4043pp, which includes airport transfers, full-board accommodation (two sharing), diving and at least two land visits. International flights are extra.

For divers looking to make a career out of their pastime, meanwhile, blue o two has announced a Cruise Director Internship Programme (CDIP) in Indonesia, Maldives, NG, Palau, the Philippines, Red Sea, Solomon Islands or Truk Lagoon.

The 90-day liveaboard internships for suitable qualified divemasters or equivalent include full-board, training and practical experience and cost US $3000.

www.blueotwo.com

26-Feb-18

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