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Indeed, I will second your suggestion based on our two experiences. We did see plenty of sea life. And we even managed to miss a perfect picture of five orcas as we though they were going to take over our boat... I think a lot of perfect pictures of wild life missed that way. In fact, now that I am thinking, I have not seen many pictures of lions sneefing photographer... I guess our faces at the time were worth a picture as well ;-) But they are amazingly pretty and swim in perfect sync. It was like a national geographic show. If only skipper could sleep during nights...
Hey Vadimzh,

Could I get those google charter maps? Thanks
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yes, give me a day to fish them out of the old hard drive and I will send them to you
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Well I have appreciated the comments. In checking with Moorings it seems there is quite a difference in pricing between Baja and Tortola. I imagine they are alot busier in Road town than La Paz bigger base etc. So if you could Vad if you could send me those maps and "places" I would appreciate it. I love the BVI we spent part of winter there in 2004. Off to Tortola the end of November.
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