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Old 30-11-2013, 02:50   #1
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PNG & Solomon Islands Jan - Feb 2014 or maybe later

We, 2 male in our 40ties, are writing a book about conservation projects in the Coral Triangle and seeking opportunity to sail and dive PNG and/or Solomon Islands in Jan-Feb 2014 to gather stories and images.

We are experienced boat crew, dive and underwater photography instructors and marine biology and conservation experts.
We have also extensive experience in exploring remote reefs and finding new dive sites.
Sourcing seafood and cooking also no problem.

Anyone in the need of crew for Jan-Feb 2013 to PNG and/or Solomon Islands please contact. Thank you.
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Old 30-11-2013, 04:52   #2
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Re: PNG & Solomon Islands Jan - Feb 2014 or maybe later

How far are you willing to sail from?
I am in Australia and toying with moving to PNG where I have just won a contract to work. At this stage, I am looking into live-aboad regulations there...if there are any..
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Re: PNG & Solomon Islands Jan - Feb 2014 or maybe later

> At this stage, I am looking into live-aboad regulations there...if there are any..

PM me if you are looking at live-aboard in Port Moresby - the RPYC marina if fairly full.
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Re: PNG & Solomon Islands Jan - Feb 2014 or maybe later

Where in Australia is your boat now? We wouldn't mind sailing from Australia to PNG. Our only problem is that we have not unlimited time. If the crossing to PNG takes up the largest part of the trip than we wouldn't get to do what we came for. As mentioned our aim is to collect conservation stories and images in PNG and we hope that someone could be interested in a trip like that.
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