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The Dirty Dozen expands into the freediving market

High-end expedition organiser Dirty Dozen Expeditions is expanding into the freediving market after exclusively catering to a niche market of CCR wreck divers.

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Dirty Dozen
High-end expedition organiser Dirty Dozen Expeditions is expanding into the freediving market after exclusively catering to a niche market of CCR wreck divers.
The Dirty Dozen’s first destination will be Myanmar, where they have acquired the Phinisi from 25 February 25 – 3 March 2020 doing an exclusive freediving itinerary exploring the best of the remarkable marine biodiversity from the 800 islands that have been isolated from mankind’s influence.
They also plan to meet and dive with the Moken, the indigenous people who have a rich and fascinating history through generations as freedivers. The trip will be hosted by four-time world champion Nataliia Zharkova, who will be doing workshops and coaching on the trip at no extra cost.
For more information, contact The Dirty Dozen on: freediving@thedirtydozen.org
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Scuba Diver's Editor-in-Chief Mark Evans has been in the diving industry for nearly 25 years, and has been diving since he was just 12 years old. 30-odd years later and he is still addicted to the underwater world.

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