Sunday, April 29, 2012

Pitcairn Islands Expedition

  • With all our emphasis on charismatic fish and stunning coral formations, boring old algae tends to get skipped over by most observers of the underwater world.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • There is silence on the Claymore II – except for the deep noise of the engine, the wind and the rain, and the rolling waves crashing on the side of the ship. We are on our way back to Mangareva, our port of departure in French Polynesia.
  • (National Geographic)
  • Small expedition style ships make every attempt to land all their passengers ashore generating large income for the Government of the Pitcairn Islands from Landing fees and the stamping of Passports.
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