Welcome to the Oceanographic Expeditions website...

If you're a diver, or just a nature lover, here's a chance for you to have one of the most exciting, rewarding and fun adventures of your underwater career. See what it's like to be an oceanographer as a member of an expedition team learning about our water planet - yet our expeditions are priced to be only slightly more expensive than a comparable dive trip. In this online Expedition Program, you can read about diving with sharks (even Great Whites), exploring the unexplored islands off Panama, experiencing remote areas of Africa, and observing a one-night-a-year marine phenomenon that few humans have ever seen!

If you're in a hurry to join an underwater dive team, click on one of the links to the left to find out more about our
shark, coral spawning, or oceanographic diving projects. If you're interested in more of a land/sea adventure, learning about the great predators and environment of South Africa, click here.

If you are already familiar with Oceanographic Expeditions, check out our
schedule and download the application. Or, send us an email with specific questions to: Seascience@aol.com.

If you would like more details about our organization and what makes us so unique, page through this online program beginning with the Director's Note. Most of all HAVE FUN!

Although our expeditions are designed to be interesting, relaxing and a celebration of nature, we also have a serious side. Oceanographic Expeditions is dedicated to the conservation and protection of the earth's environment and its natural biodiversity through our commitment:

  • To provide a balanced, educational, enriching and fun adventure which encourages continued environmental respect, activism and personal commitment.
  • To assist the collection and dissemination of scientific information that will strengthen marine science and conservation efforts.
  • To show divers how much fun it is to be actively involved in marine research and conservation projects through volunteerism.


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