8th Day

that's what happens when you sleep on the wheel!!


arbanaja said…
Believ it or not, all the pictures posted are blocked by king abdulaziz server!!!!! I will try and write to them to unblock, and maybe people from your side should try to do the same.
I am glad things are working beautifully and I wish you a great trip.
As a diver who has experienced the red sea since 1983, I would like to thank you and your team for trying to save what is left of it.
sarantis said…
we are not sleeping on the wheel like the comment on the photo. that's why we keep sailing. nice blog. we wish you a nice trip, a good exploration and good photos.

Captain Sarantis and crew
Janet said…
WOW! Your photos are absolutely
A M A Z I N G ! You have captured the indivdual personalities and characters of the numeous species of birds and marine life in a unique way I have not ever seen in a scientific expedition before. You seem to have a natural communication with wildlife, a unique gift, a special talent. It is as if the animals sense your unyielding dedication to the preservation of your loved RED SEA, their home, and they pose for your camera to assist your noble mission. I hope many people will have the opportunity to experience your photos because they tell an important story. Best wishes for a safe trip.
Reef Chief said…
I guess that the reason for the block was the photos of the birds,,get it (BIRDS), yes we are trying to unblock it, and thanks for your comments, I look forward to you joining us on our next expedition as discussed.

Thanx Capt.Sarantis, you are funny, we're not asleep at the wheel either,we need to find more ancient wrecks, wouldn't that be great? regards to the crew.

Thanx, I appreciate your comments, our environment is our responsiblity, it is the only one we got, it is worth preserving, 2moro nite we will be searching for turtle nesting, we may get lucky and post some photos. in a few minutes our reefchief scientist Abdullah Alsuhaibany is going to post scientific information about redsea SEA birds using the photos i took, and some of his, I have identified 5 species, there are 17 species in the red sea.

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