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2007 trips coming soon

Underwater photography - Len Deeley Sudan photographic trip 2nd June 2006

Len deeley is an award winning photographer and audio visual producer and has been organising escorted expeditions with Diving World for the last 5 years. He is an Associate of the Royal Photographic Society and as a DPAGB distinction with the Photographic Alliance of Great Britain for his audio visual work. He regularly gives talks, slide shows and audio visual shows to photographic clubs and societies in the UK and is an advanced Photoshop worker.

Len formed Photosub Underwater Photography 14 years ago, which is now a highly successful club with approximately 50 members.

Len welcomes underwater photographers of all standards on his trips and, in particular, beginners who will be given help and advice through a basic introduction course.

Len has his own website on www.imagine-photography.co.uk

 

Escorted Diving Trip 2

Underwater photography - a week with Martin Edge (Red Sea, Egypt)

Martin Edge is widely acknowledged as UK’s finest teacher of underwater photographic techniques. Over 1000 images and 300 of his articles have been published in magazines, books and journals. His book ‘The Underwater Photographer’ first published in 1996 has been translated and reprinted several times over. In addition to his current career as a UK photo coach, Martin together with his wife Sylvia are in the process of establishing photo workshops in the Red Sea.

Their expeditions over the past fifteen years have been dedicated entirely to helping divers improve their photo skills. In association with Diving World, they have chartered the excellent live-aboard - MY Blue Seas during the last week of June 2006 to photograph the huge schools of fish which congregate around classic Red Sea sites such as Ras Mohammed and The Brothers. Read more here

 

Escorted Diving Trip 3

Filming the South Equatorial Current

The South Equatorial Current (SEC), strongly influences the whole Eastern coast of Africa. The SEC flows westward, just south of the equator until it reaches the coast of Tanzania. There it divides, one part going south into the Mozambique channel to form the Agulhas current, the other flowing northward to join the South Equatorial Counter Current (SECC). The diving spots are selected according to criteria determined by the Expedition Leader for the video shots. Many of them are unexplored, or even hardly known, due to their remote location or difficulty of access. Visibility usualy is about 30 meters, allowing to fully admire the wonderful walls and shallows surrounding the islands and coral reefs. The coastal waters of Tanzania and Kenya are very deep and famous for their large diversity of marine fauna. Encounters with Eagle and Manta rays, Green turtles, schools of Barracudas, Hammer sharks, Tuna fishes are frequent in these waters. The marine flora is of an amazing diversity too, with a large range of fine corals and sponges. Water temperature is about 25 to 28°C during the winter months (in July and August). Read more about this itinerary and the price of the excursion.

 

Escorted Diving Trip 4

Dive Sites Inventory in Tanzania

The Kairos Company intends to make an inventory of the main dives sites of Tanzania, Zanzibar, Pemba and Mafia. Each dive site will be studied, described and the information collected will be put on an Internet website.

The Kairos Company will work with local specialists to find the best and most exciting dive sites but the main and interesting work will be done with our teams of divers. We will take aerial pictures, we will do cartography and we will dive to collect information. Read more about this itinerary and the price of the excursion.

 
Escorted Diving Trip 5

Whale sharks expedition

The Kairos Company intends to organise with the Shark Research Institute a Whale sharks expedition in the North of the Mozambique Channel . Jean Marc BOUR, the crew and divers (you) will make a TV film showing all the techniques used by Suzy QUASHNICHKA (Shark Research Institute, UK Manager) to collect data on the biggest and the most friendly fish of the seas. Read more about this itinerary and the price of the excursion.

 
 
     
 
 
   
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