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Oceanic Society Expeditions
       
Website www.oceanic-society.org
Year Established 1972
Program Description Natural history & research expeditions using research to protect aquatic environments & promote environmental education
Number of Programs/Year 30+
Program Length 4-12 days
Group Size or S:T Ratio 6-45
Program Focus Culture/History/Heritage, Research, Nature/Science, Archaeology, Art/Architecture/Design
Faculty Naturalists & researchers may include N. Black, N. Crane, S. Barclay, P. Pyle, G. Smith, H. Bernard, J. Dillon, A. Sanders, A. Ransom, D. Moser, M. Moran, M. Carwardine, G. Hoefler, B. Stewart, S. Anderson, K. Shafer, C. Vanderlip, A. Gavazzi, T. McGuire
Costs Most packages include airfare, lodging, & most meals
U.S. Locations Inside Passage & inlets, Alaska
Monterey Bay, Santa Barb., California
Crystal River, Florida
Midway Atoll, NW Islands, Hawaii
Boston & other ports, Massachusetts
Global Locations Lucaya, Bahamas
Spanish Lookout Caye, Belize
Vancouver, BC, Canada
San Jose & nat'l parks, Costa Rica
Croatia
Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic
Greece
Bay Islands, Honduras
Iceland
Italy
Kenya
Baja Cali. & other isles, Mexico
Micronesia
Iquitos & the Amazon, Peru
Seychelles
South Africa
Suriname
Tunisia
Turkey
Months Year round
Contact Birgit Winning
Director
Oceanic Society Expeditions
Fort Mason Center, Bldg E
San Francisco, CA 94123-1394
United States
Phone: 415-441-1106, 800-326-7491
Fax: 415-474-3395
E-Mail: director@oceanic-society.org

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