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1 - 4 October 2018
3 Night - FLY DIVE COD HOLE EXPEDITION
- JC


Conditions Report

Visibility

30+m / 98ft

Water temperature

25°C / 77°F




Guest Reviews

Serene Wiltshire - United State

Incredible dives lead by exceptional people; loved the staff; took us to great places along the reef.

Joy Cho - Australia

I loved the dive briefings. I thought it was really thorough & helpful. The guides made the diving that much better.

Franklin Sacha - United States

Very accommodating & patient with novice divers. Great food & comraderie.




4-11 October 2018
7 Night - FAR NORTH CORAL SEA EXPLORATORY
- JS


Conditions Report

Visibility

m / 0ft

Water temperature

°C / 32°F




Guest Reviews

Dominique Sérafini - Canada

Good organisation. A perfect cocktail with safety and freedom. A very good team and dives... so an excellent expedition.

Jaclyn Quixley - Australia

Phenomenal diving for 7 days at 3 very different areas (Coral Sea, Far Northern Reefs and Ribbon Reefs) , awesome food/accomodation/crew.

Rowan & Arlene Addinall - South Africa

Enjoyed everything about the whole expedition; the diving; relax time on the vessel... large schools of fish and awesome coral.


FAR NORTH CORAL SEA EXPLORATORY EXPEDITION!

From the dive deck – by Kerrin Jones


For this special week-long expedition Spoilsport visited Bougainville and Osprey Reefs in the Coral Sea, followed by the rarely dived northern section of the GBR. Divers experienced pristine coral reefs, exciting drift dives with strong currents and some great marine life encounters, including manta rays, eagle rays, and a huge school of hundreds of bumphead parrotfish. Great weather throughout the trip made it all perfect!



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