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March Meeting: "Unique Diving in Palau and Wreck Denizens of North Carolina"

Join us with Michael Gerken for this  Sea Gypsies presentation on diving the less seen side of Palau as well as a preview of his new documentary on diving with sand tiger sharks titled, “Wreck Denizens of North Carolina”

Unique Diving in Palau:

Unique Diving Expeditions in Palau is a part of the famous Sam’s Tours diving operation in Palau. Run by Paul Collins and Richard Barnden, Unique Diving specializes in small dive excursions to see the amazing fish aggregations and spawning events. Unique utilizes years of collected data to determine the exact dates, locations and times to dive and witness these rare events. Mike will show you video and still images that capture thousands of bumphead parrotfish, tens of thousands of red snappers spawning and much more. To see it is to believe it.

Wreck Denizens of North Carolina:

Mike will be giving  a sneak preview of his new documentary, Wreck Denizens of North Carolina. In this film learn why diving with sand tiger sharks on the wrecks of the Outer Banks is a dive experience not worth missing. 


Mike Gerken is a published professional underwater photographer, documentary film maker, writer and dive boat captain. Mike’s work has taken him to Truk Lagoon, Palau, Vanuatu and North Carolina to name a few. His documentary films, The Wrecks of Truk Lagoon (2011) and The Wreck of the SS President Coolidge (2007) have been well received in the dive community as well as his work with sand tiger sharks on the wrecks of North Carolina.


To become  a paid member of the New York Sea Gypsies visit our website 

wwww.seagypsies.org

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  • mark

    Great presentation by guest speaker. Many members had lot's of stuff to share. Well attended.

    March 13, 2014

  • mark

    After a couple of bad weather previous meetings, look forward to this one.

    March 6, 2014

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