Monty Halls seeks adventure diving companions

Places on Lost Worlds expedition this coming May

Author: Pat
14th January 2015
 

Ever wanted to dive a virgin wreck or under an iceberg while being filmed by a famous cameraman? Monty Halls wants to hear from you.

The affable celebrity diver is off to the wilds of Newfoundland in May 2015 on a new expedition, and you’re invited.

truly epic diving

Participants in his latest ‘Lost World’ trip will experience some truly epic diving.

Booking through Scuba Travel, Monty’s trip leaves on 16th of May and has been timed for the best chances to find diveable icebergs, although this is just one of the awesome activities planned.

Organisers stress that this is an expedition, and in the spirit of adventure, nothing is set in stone. Which let’s face it, only makes the trip more exciting..!

However, Monty anticipates spending four or five days exploring wrecks, including two days on the previously uncharted virgin wreck.  And also planned is an exploration of the Bell Island mines.

The Lost Worlds expedition package includes 11 nights at the Ocean Quest lodge on a self-catering basis (two people sharing), with airport transfers. Flights are direct to St Johns with Air Canada.

Twinset hire is included. Gases (including helium) and extra tanks can be provided along with full support for most rebreathers.

Places on Monty Halls’ Lost Worlds expedition 2015 cost £3350, and can be booked through http://www.scubatravel.com/holidays/montyhalls.html.

 
 
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