DPG is proud to announce the world’s first underwater expedition to photograph the famed Loch Ness Monster in the Scottish Highlands. The last year has produced a record number of sightings for Nessie (Nessiteras rhombopteryz) in the famed Scottish lagoon, so there’s never been a better time to strap on a tank to make history. The goal is simple: To capture the first underwater images of the most legendary underwater subject.
DPG is partnering with local dive experts and loch ness experts to maximize the chances of experiencing the Loch Ness ledged up and close. Because Loch Ness averages a depth of 433 feet (132 meters), we will also be using a homemade deep-sea submarine to explore past the limits of recreational diving.
“We’ve offered a lot of pioneering underwater expeditions in the past—from Antarctica to Papua New Guinea—but this is absolutely a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity,” says DPG Editor Joe Tepper. “If you want an underwater image that no one else has, then you must join this expedition.”
DPG’s “Search for the Loch Ness Monster” expedition takes place February 29-March 6, 2019. For pricing and availability, please contact Trips@DivePhotoGuide.com. You can find more information in the DivePhotoGuide Expeditions section.
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