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Moving Sushi - 250 dives!

When the call came through to help out the stricken Moving Sushi East Africa marine transect expedition, we jumped at the chance. Mozambique, Tanzania, kenya - 250 dives in 6 weeks, just our type of mission!

Read all the blogs here www.marinetransect.org

"After having to abandon our first vessel in Tofo Mozambique due to its inability to conduct our expedition, we had reached a point where we might have to cancel our expedition and force a team who had worked incredibly hard to disband. Fortunately we were physically and mentally rescued by OA2, who saw the merit in what we were doing, as well as the potential to be able to achieve our expeditions mission. Meeting and working with OA2 on the East Africa Transect has been both a privilege and a pleasure" Mike and Linda Markavina

Copyright Caine Delacy 2012-2808

Last Updated on Wednesday, 08 May 2013 13:18.

Ocean Adventurer to join Sea Shepherd

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The Ocean Adventurer, has joined the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society, for the upcoming anti whaling campaign in Antarctica. The purpose built vessel, with wavepiercing capability, good speed and long range, will be a fantastic tool for the Sea Shepherd's to use to track down the Japanese Whaling fleet in Antarctica. Finding the fleet in the vast Southern Ocean is no easy feat.

The boat has been in Fremantle for the last three weeks, getting ready for the campaign. New engines - more horsepower, upgraded systems, and a seriously funky paintjob - the boat is ready for the challenge!


Last Updated on Thursday, 23 December 2010 08:34.

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