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2015 Indonesia Liveaboard Dive Trips
|WOW Diving! Enjoy this underwater video from our Nov 18-30, 2014 trip.
"2 Tree Baitball" from Alan Smith.
City Seahorse' flexible trip itineraries allow us to
repeat dives like this when we find something special!
If you have never enjoyed Raja Ampat diving, here is your opportunity to experience one of the world's most exotic, remote, and rewarding dive destinations. The density, diversity and quality of the dive sites and marine life is unprecedented. Enjoy a City Seahorse conducted Value Added group trip with me, Deb Fugitt, your expert trip organizer and my team of experienced dive guides.
Each trip is carefully researched and custom-designed to provide the best in dive travel at a good value, with safety, comfort and an incredible experience my top priorities. Our diving guests say they love:
City Seahorse has been a pioneer in Raja Ampat since offering my first small group dive trip there in 1999. It was there that I perfected my signature dive trip experience.
City Seahorse thrives because my team and I provide high quality, small, friendly diving trips only to the best diving locations in the world - places that we know extremely well. Check with us for competitively priced liveaboard diving in Raja Ampat Islands, Papua, Indonesia. Take advantage of our first-hand experience to plan your next dive trip.
|Diving Liveaboard Trips Summary
|Liveaboard Dive Trips focused on underwater photography, underwater video & maximum diving. A trip for divers who love variety, flexibility and the freedom to pursue special interests.
|Raja Ampat Islands, Irian Jaya (West Papua) Indonesia; the far west end of New Guinea Island.
|Indonesia liveaboard "SMY Ondina" with extra dives, services, menu, and special itinerary.
|Special trips dedicated to producing top quality underwater photos and underwater video, escorted by experienced Raja Ampat guides, limited participation, extra guides & services.
|As above, not including air travel. Inquire for guaranteed single cabin, and air flights.
|Everything necessary once you reach Sorong (departure port) » more info
| Dive Trip Information:
» Value Added Dive Trips Schedule & Rates
» Itinerary, Sample Sorong - Sorong
» Value Added R4 Trip Inclusions
» City Seahorse Terms & Conditions
» Other Indonesia Liveaboard Trips
» How to Get to Raja Ampat Diving & Sorong
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|Raja Ampat Dive Trip Information
Healthy reefs, unusual reef structures and dive sites. Unusual dive sites and the most diverse marine life area ever recorded. Huge schools of fish: barracuda, surgeonfish, fusiliers, batfish, sweetlips... macro creatures: blue-ring octopus, pygmy seahorses, double ended pipefish, shrimp gobies, nudibranchs, and loads of reef fish. Beautiful unspoiled topside scenery.
This is a trip you will never forget.
About US and the TRIP:
We've spent countless hours underwater creating images on 4+ dives per day in Raja Ampat during the past 15 years and know the reefs and conditions necessary for optimal image and video making. This year, 2014, will make about 40 we've hosted for a group (we're addicted!) here. Irian Jaya (Papua) is where we want to go for our diving holiday, so join us and find out why.
Since 1999, Deb has written multiple dive magazine articles, created several websites for the area, contributed photos to dive magazines in Asia, the USA and UK, presented shows at DEMA, Seaspace, UPS & dive club meetings and written the Raja Ampat section of the Periplus Guide to Diving in Asia.
Download a feature article on Raja Ampat's Diving from the Scuba Globe Magazine.
Our Guest Diver's Comments:
"This dive was worth all the travel and the price of the entire trip!"
"I have to say that diving in Raja Ampat exceeded all my exceptionally high expectations.
I don't know how I held my regulator in my mouth on some of those initial dives since my jaw was dropping in disbelief at the sheer amount of life. I have never seen anything like it anywhere...Unfortunately, I don't think anything will ever be able to compare. How do you do two days of diving and see wobbegong sharks, epaulet sharks, eels, seahorses, turtles, banded pipefish, cuttlefish, lionfish, crocodilefish, anenomefish, shrimps, crabs, nudibranchs, flatworms, robust ghost pipefish, sea snakes, and countless species of fish? It was mind boggling to see it all. Sometimes the dives were a kaleidoscope of color with soft coral, hard coral, fish, and crinoids in every imaginable color.
We even had the fortune to see both hard coral and soft coral spawning. Fricking AWESOME!!! !"