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Come Dive Fabulous Papua New Guinea With Us!


Please be aware this trip was offered prior to April/ May 2008 and is no longer valid. As new Plankton Productions trip offerings become available they will be announced here in the News section

Febraury 21, 2008

This is your invitation to dive with Plankton Productions during April / May 2008!

The sea creatures of Papua New Guinea are truly extraordinary. The three liveaboard trips will tour Milne Bay, an area world reknown for its beautiful reefs and intriguing muck diving. Filmmakers David Hannan and Lucy Trippett are going to be onboard, shooting for their stock footage library and a documentary on the fascinating aquatic animals of Milne Bay.

MV Chertan is a spacious and comfortable vessel that takes a maximum of 12 passengers. There are 6 airconditioned twin berths, a lounge area and large camera assembly area on the upper deck.

Chertan is a great dive boat for underwater photographers.

Contact Us to Make Your Booking:

Lucy Trippett
Phone: 617 3409 9160


For More Info:

For your convenience we've supplied the details of the invitation in PDF format: Click here to download and print this document

For more information please visit the following websites:

* Alcohol not included


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