What’s great about the Great Barrier Reef? by Mike Ball
3rd November 8pm at the Maiden Over
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Meet Mike Ball and learn what is great about the Great Barrier Reef and why Mike was the first liveaboard operator in the world to be inducted into the International Scuba Diving Hall of Fame. Mike’s exceptional liveaboard expeditions are suitable for the adventurous diver seeking exciting shark and big fish action and exotic marine life found at the far northern Great Barrier Reef and Coral Sea.
"His knowledge and passion are infectious."
One lucky club member will win a Mike Ball Dive Expedition. The Fly Dive Cod Hole expedition valued at AUD$1860 includes 3 nights and 12 dives aboard Spoilsport including twin accommodation & meals. The expedition begins with a spectacular 250 km low level flight over your Great Barrier Dive sites to Lizard Island. Soon you are swimming with diver size fish at the Cod Hole. To be eligible to win prize on night you must sign up for Mike’s newsletter. Pre-register by emailing Mike at firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com saying you will attend and it is OK to be entered on Mike’s mailing list and you qualify for an additional small door prize. Or click the link above.
Mike Ball is recognised as Australia’s most successful dive tourism pioneer. From starting his first Diving School, Mike has continually pushed forward the barriers of scuba diving. in 1981 he acquired the words first custom built twin hull dive vessel (Watersport) and since then has built new vessels (Supersport, Spoilsport and Paradise Sport), each time raising the standards of liveaboards. In 2004 Mike was inducted into the International Scuba Diving Hall of Fame (sitting alongside the likes of Jacques-Yves Cousteau) for his contribution to the growth and development of the scuba diving industry and his pioneering efforts in liveaboard expeditions. Mike Ball Dive Expedition’s twin hull liveaboards and superior service have set the standard on the Great Barrier Reef.