These photos were taken by Jacques
de Selliers in July 2002
during a six-days scuba diving cruise in the Bahamas aboard the Nekton Rorqual.
This liveaboard claims to be the world's most stable
high-tech "SWATH" design cruise ships -
and it probably is.
It offers spacious cabins, a huge sundeck, a comfortable salon, a soothing Jacuzzi,
good food and first class service for a very competitive price.
Life aboard is so comfortable and easy that 6 scuba dives a day is feasible.
See www.nektoncruises.com/ for more info.
The trip was brilliantly organized by Eva at Planet
Honeymoon in Houston, Texas
- see www.planethoneymoon.com.
Jacques de Selliers shot FujiChrome Provia film (RDP100) with a N90x Nikon camera
and a 24-50 Nikkor zoom lens in an Ikelite housing, using two Ikelite strobes (a 200 and a 50).
See more underwater photos of Jacques de Selliers on www.scuba-photos.net.
Preserve the reefs: never pick-up anything and be cautious
with your fins!
The seas are endangered: read the facts on fisheries and overfishing.