Events for September 17, 2025 - December 16, 2025


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Saudi Arabia – 2023

Saudi Arabia , Saudi Arabia

Blue Green Expeditions is headed to some of the best diving in the Red Sea - Saudi Arabia. Saudi Arabia sits on the eastern side of the Red Sea where its undersea treasures have been mostly unexplored. With Saudi Arabia only recently opened for underwater tourism we will be among the first Americans to dive these pristine waters. See the Red Sea like it was 40 years ago without all the diver traffic and vast liveaboards!!

Palau – 2024

Palau , Palau

Join Blue Green Expeditions for an incredible adventure in Palau! Most trips only take you to the well-travelled part of this amazing island nation, but we will explore virgin territory in the deep southern part of Palau- Helen’s Reef. We will travel on the majestic Solitude 1. The Solitude 1 is a huge modern live aboard with spacious rooms, a large dive deck and its own camera room! The dive sites we will explore are spectacular! You can expect pristine reefs, lots of pelagics and plenty of peace and quiet with few other boats in the area. We are timing this for the general time of the bumphead parrotfish mating season so this could also be a highlight. Bumphead parrot fish are the worlds largest parrotfish and mate in huge conglomerates in this remote area. Come join us for this stunning adventure!

Antarctica – 2024 – Shackleton

Antarctica , Antarctica

Join Faith Ortins from Blue Green Expeditions and polar diving specialists and photographers on an amazing expedition to Antarctica! We will honor Ernest Shackleton, the heroic polar explorer, by transiting the Scotia Arc including the Falkland Islands, South Georgia Islands (including Grytviken where he is buried), South Orkney Islands, Elephant Island, Detaillie Island, and, of course, Antarctica itself. This adventure focuses on exploring new territory as well as incredible animal interactions and dynamic ice conditions. This trip is perfect for those with a thirst for exploration as we venture to virgin dive sites, tour historic and current research stations and more while seeing the best Antarctica has to offer!

Antarctica Citizen Scientist Expedition

Antarctica , Antarctica

Join Faith Ortins and Blue Green Expeditions, other polar diving specialists, imagemakers, and scientists on an amazing citizen science expedition to Antarctica! February 2024 represents the 150th anniversary of the HMS Challenger’s crossing of the southern polar circle. This expedition is to honor their contribution to our understanding of the world’s oceans while simultaneously exploring Antarctica. This will be an incredible adventure! This expedition is much more than just a dive trip. Here we will pool our resources and time to assist scientists and imagemakers in adding to our understanding of the Antarctic region…as well as getting our own adventure – in Antarctica!

Misool Eco Resort – 2024

Misool Eco Resort Yellu, South Misool, Indonesia

Misool is a private island resort and conservation center located in remote southern Raja Ampat, Indonesia. This amazing resort is located in the midst of one of the richest most biodiverse coral reefs on the planet. You can expect to dive a diverse selection of sites, including a busy manta cleaning station, coral covered walls, reef flats, swim throughs, gentle sea mounts, drig dives, vast hard-coral gardens, placid lagoons, and current-raked pinnacles. All of the dive sites are protected by the Misool Marine Reserve. There is plenty of activities for non divers also such as cultural visits, spa treatments, kayaking and paddleboards! Come escape the cold with us and experience the beauty of Misool!

Tasmania – 2024-04-10

Tasmania, Australia Hobart, Tasmania, Australia

Explore the wonders of down under as we explore one of the most remote parts of Australia, TASMANIA! Home of the Tasmanian Devil on land and amazingly rich marine life underwater such as weedy sea dragons, fur seals, fish covered wrecks and magnificent kelp forests. On land you can enjoy pristine national parks, incredible historical sites, beautiful hikes and diverse wildlife. Whether you love marine life, intricate caverns, caves, walls, canyons or shipwrecks, Tasmania has something for you!

Socorro Island

Socorro Island Socorro Island, Colima, Mexico

Socorro Island is one of those rare places on earth where Big Animals rule! Socorro has a large concentration of friendly mantas and dolphins, schooling hammerheads, silky sharks, whale sharks and we will be diving during humpback whale season! Come join us!!

Malpelo – UNESCO World Heritage Site with Annie Crawley

Malpelo Fauna and Flora Sanctuary Malpelo Island

Malpelo is a remote volcanic island located over 300 miles off the coast of Columbia. It is the largest no fishing zone in the Eastern Tropical Pacific and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The deep water and various ocean currents make this the perfect place for an extraordinary shark population. It is widely acclaimed as one of the top diving sites in the world due to the large aggregates of sharks and pelagic species. Due to the strong ocean currents, this is a destination for experienced divers and all divers must have an Advanced Open Water certification, Nitrox certification and at least 50 logged dives. Massive schools of hammerhead and silky sharks are found here along with Galapagos, white tip, whale sharks, manta and eagle rays, free-swimming moray eels, as well as the reclusive small tooth sand tiger. If you are looking to dive with hundreds of hammerheads and silky sharks you want to join Blue Green Expeditions on this adventure!


Spitsbergen Longyearbyen, Spitsbergen, Svalbard and Jan Mayen Islands

Join Blue Green Expeditions on an educational diving-oriented adventure to the Arctic Ocean around Spitsbergen. Dive, snorkel and cruise around massive icebergs, spot the endangered polar bear, and explore pristine polar landscapes. This will be an amazing expedition!


Azores Azores, Portugal

The Azores isolated location in the North Atlantic means they are one of the best places for whale and dolphin watching in the world. For divers, the volcanic geography, nutrient rich terrain, clear Atlantic waters and remote location mean optimum diving opportunities.

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