Saving the Reefs of the Caribbean may be simpler than we thought!
Recent discoveries made by scientists reveal that the Diadema antillarum is essential to the comeback of coral reefs! Better known as long-spined sea urchins, these prickly critters are the primary consumers of algae that has overgrown the coral reefs. El Nino wiped out most of what was left of the urchin population after a vicious and unidentified disease nearly obliterated them in the 80s. Their comeback has been hindered and needs our help.
Scheduled Trips on the Cat Ppalu.
Cat Ppalu departs Nassau and will head to the Exumas for a few weeks of relocation and diving. These relocation trips are specially priced at $1195 per person for single bed occupancy and $995 per person for double bed occupancy. (Normally $1,450 per person, but since you have to work a little, you get a break on the price ;-) She sleeps up to 12 passengers
in 6 private cabins. This is an all inclusive price with meals, beverages/bar, diving and lodging covered!
We will be scheduling a Fall, 2009 trip soon.
Scheduled Trips on Blackbeards:
Blackbeardss Cruises departs Freeport, Grand Bahama on Saturday and heads to the Bimini area. We will concentrate our efforts in the Bimini area on this trip. Blackbeards sleeps up to 22 passengers in dormitory style cabins. The regular rate is 899.00 per person, but since it is a working cruise, the rate is just 799.00! The all inclusive format applies here too. In addition to Diadema re-location we will also be installing several moorings to protect the reef.
If any of these dates don't work for you, join our VIP mailing list and get first dibs on future specialty trips! Enjoy the company of other like minded divers on this weeklong trip to the Exumas....an area of the Bahamas worth working for!
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