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    Here you can keep up-to-date with the latest events, trips, news, and everything else going on at The Manta Ray Bay Resort & Yap Divers.

    Die Show beginnt!

    Posted by gm@mantaray.com on September 6, 2010
    Fernreise-Spezis kennen das: Man steigt ins Flugzeug, steigt wieder aus, wieder ins nächste hinein, und ehe man sich versieht hat man die Datumsgrenze überschritten und steigt an irgendeinem wunderschönen Ort aus, wo man erst einmal feststellt, dass man irgendwo auf dem Weg jegliches Zeitgefühl über Bord geschmissen hat. Nicht, das Zeit in Yap eine allzu...
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    Die Show beginnt!

    Posted by gm@mantaray.com on September 6, 2010
    Fernreise-Spezis kennen das: Man steigt ins Flugzeug, steigt wieder aus, wieder ins nächste hinein, und ehe man sich versieht hat man die Datumsgrenze überschritten und steigt an irgendeinem wunderschönen Ort aus, wo man erst einmal feststellt, dass man irgendwo auf dem Weg jegliches Zeitgefühl über Bord geschmissen hat. Nicht, das Zeit in Yap eine allzu...
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    Manta Fest = Shark Fest

    Posted by gm@mantaray.com on September 5, 2010
    Story and Photos by Tim RockThe Manta Fest days are officially underway with Andy and Ray and myself slated to be giving seminars starting this week. The first day of diving was highlighted by a great gathering of reef sharks at Vertigo. Bill Acker brought down a small bait basket that kept the sharks interested...
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    Back to Miil & Mantas

    Posted by gm@mantaray.com on September 5, 2010
    Story and Photos by TIM ROCKWhat would Manta Fest be without mantas? Well, they showed up today to the glee of early visitors. And not without a bit of fanfare. We returned to Miil under sunny skies and a bit of a breeze. Low tide was just at slack and the channel visibility on the...
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    Manta Fest 2010 Ready to Start

    Posted by gm@mantaray.com on September 4, 2010
    Story and Photo by TIM ROCK Manta Fest in Yap is slated to begin this weekend. A few of us are here early including my free diver friend Ai Futaki. Here is Ai at 50 feet off Vertigo Wall with a gray reef shark (or six). We had sunny skies and clear, incoming tide waters...
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    Mantas, Eagle Rays and Donald Croc under the umbrella of the ocean’s surface

    Posted by gm@mantaray.com on August 3, 2010
    There was some rain last week, ...but there is nothing wrong about that, unless your plan is to play tennis or golf. Fortunately we are diving here in Yap Island and the umbrella of the ocean's surface  protects us from the cool showers. While waiting for the Manta Rays to arrive at the cleaning station...
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    Reminiscing

    Posted by gm@mantaray.com on August 2, 2010
    While my wife Patricia and I were driving to town this morning on our way to pick up our youngest granddaughter who is scheduled to spend the weekend with us, I suddenly realized something special.  The day is glorious, sun is shining, breeze is blowing, everything is green from the summer rains and then it...
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    Talking foreign currencies…

    Posted by gm@mantaray.com on July 24, 2010
    Okay, we all know that Greece put the Euro into trouble, but who would have thought that our stone money makes it to the Azores in the mid-Atlantic. If you take a closer look you see that this disc is only a poor copy of our handicraft originals... At least it is located in front...
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    Bill Acker stirs it up on the Mnuw

    Posted by gm@mantaray.com on July 23, 2010
    Today saw the first day’s training in the kitchen on board the Mnuw, our 100 year old floating restaurant moored by the Manta Ray Bay Resort.  The reason for the training you might ask?  Well, we are in the process of totally overhauling our menu and putting into place something that is exciting, fresh, tantalizing...
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    Peter Schneider’s First Shark Dive in Yap

    Posted by gm@mantaray.com on July 22, 2010
    Here I am, at the Manta Ray Bay Resort on the island of Yap in the Pacific region known as Micronesia.  After a long journey from French Polynesia, my video equipment and I have arrived safely.  I had just enough time to set up my diving and video equipment, when Yap Divers announced  a Shark...
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    Reef Seekers in Yap

    Posted by gm@mantaray.com on July 20, 2010
    We were fortunate to have our good friend, Mr. Ken Kurtis from Hollywood, California back in Yap recently. This was Ken's 6th visit and he brought several of his best customers with him. Here is an excerpt from his latest newsletter: Bill, We had a great week (ten days actually with all the travel time)...
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    World Cup – Micronesia Style

    Posted by gm@mantaray.com on July 12, 2010
    The crew of Yap Divers spent this morning with several of our guests, including Ken Kurtis of Reef Seekers Dive Company in Hollywood, California, our webmaster Dustin Macdonald, the Captain of the Spanish owned sailing yacht - Never Say Never, currently moored off from the Manta Ray Bay Resort and several local residents of Yap....
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