Date: 1/2/2005

NZDE has pledged to dedicate all proceeds from this international expedition to post-tsunami humanitarian aid and in particular, to assist in the re-building of the region’s tsunami-devastated dive tourism industry’s infrastructure as essential to the recovery of the region’s economy and as the region’s primary source of employment opportunities for tsunami survivors.

This internationally unique expedition features renowned award-winning photographer MICHAEL AW [Publisher of Australasia Scuba Diver magazine and Asian Geographic] as the principal guest lecturer/photo-workshop tutor.

To maximise the extent of the pledge by reducing ‘operational overheads’ for this 10 day/46 passenger dive/uw photography expedition, NZDE is inviting applications from divers with minimum Divemaster qualifications to volunteer their services as Diver Support Crew in return for the unique opportunity to experience diving the spectacular Kermadec Marine Reserve with all onboard accommodation and meals provided.

Due to some international cancellations by previously booked tour members who have lost immediate family or friends in the Tsunami Disaster a limited number of places are available and to once again maximise the extent of its pledge NZDE is offering these vacancies to NZ divers/uw photographers at a special ‘short notice’ fare reduction to just NZ$3500,00 p.p. ex Auckland.

For all information relating to Volunteer Diver Support Crew places or for joining this world first international dive/uw photography expedition contact:

Mike Meynell

New Zealand Dive Experiences

PO Box 173 – Kaeo

Northland – New Zealand 0471

[t] +64 9 405 0719


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