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Diving the Galapagos Islands, Alex Chiu of the Boeing Dive Club - This Thursday 2/25

posted Feb 22, 2016, 3:16 PM by Ed Gullekson   [ updated Feb 22, 2016, 3:23 PM ]

The Galapagos Islands are a National Park and Marine Sanctuary in the Southern Pacific Ocean off the Coast of South America. Over 90 percent of the land and all of the waters are protected. You’ll be visiting a part of the world which has changed little since the time of Charles Darwin. Its unique location at the confluence of three major currents make it one of the busiest, fishiest, and magical underwater places on earth that very few have a chance to explore quite like Alex has.


Please join us on a virtual exploration as Alex takes us to see schooling hammerheads, giant whale sharks, rays of all shapes and colors, turtles and huge schools of fish.  Galapagos fur seals and the astounding marine life diversity are just some of the riveting attractions of Galapagos liveaboard diving.


Join your fellow Seahorses for a great family-friendly presentation with some good food and cold beverages

at Round Table Pizza in Issaquah. 

No-host dinner at 6, Program at 7 PM.

Directions to Roundtable Pizza in Issaquah:

Take 90. Exit at SR900 (Renton-Issaquah road).

Head South and make your first Left on Gilman Blvd.

Go less than 1 mile and make a left turn into the parking lot.