21 Dec '11, 12pm

Submersibles, Camera, Action!

Avi Klapfer The Argo, home to a research expedition for 10 days, and the DeepSee submersible. The journey from my home in Hawaii to San José, Costa Rica, was fraught with the usual assortment of international travel woes – a delayed flight, a missing piece of luggage containing expensive diving equipment and a bit of a mix-up involving my ride from the airport. None of those problems were insurmountable. And nearly 24 hours after leaving Honolulu, I was in a comfortable bed in the guest room of my friend Avi Klapfer, owner of the Undersea Hunter Group , a pre-eminent adventure dive operator based in Costa Rica that would be providing its DeepSee submersible and her mother ship, Argo, for a diving expedition to Cocos Island. The expedition is part of One World One Ocean , a nonprofit media campaign initiated this year by MacGillivray Freeman Films , known for giant-screen e...

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