The camera room is fully equipped with electrical outlets, E-6 processor, TV for viewing digital pictures and large storage areas under the workbench. As Randy and I can attest the Captain, the Dive Guides, the boat crew all take pride in giving the best service possible We were fortunate to have only a few rainy days, but no one cared, we were are going to get wet anyway. The seas, even during the rain, were calm. Water temperature was in the 80-82F range (22-24C) with occasional thermoclines of cooler water. The divers wore the range of wet suits from skins to 7mm. I wore a 1.5mm, a 3mm vest and a beanie. I was never cold.
Our next two-week trip is scheduled to depart Sorong March 21, 2005. We will be traveling along the northern coast of the western end of Papua (Irian Jaya) to dive and explore two abandoned WWII airfields (Middleburg and Sansapor), and visit the secret beaches where Loggerhead turtles lay their eggs on the full moon ( http://users.bart.nl/~edcolijn/irian.html ). We will then turn and head west to dive the northernmost islands of the Raja Empats. If you are seriously interested in this trip (currently we have only 3 more beds to fill) we would like to hear from you. Bonnie: 281-361-4492 or firstname.lastname@example.org.