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Laval
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Location:
Toronto, Canada
Occupation:
Consulting, Environmental

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    1. Steven Peterson
      Steven Peterson
      Hi,my family and I had a nice stay at Misool resort two years ago. It was our first time to Raja Ampat so of course we were very very impressed. We are now looking at Sorido Bay. I see you’ve been to both Misool and Sorido bay. I would love to hear your thoughts on comparison of the two. We are modestly experienced divers... me-100+ dives, family-50+ dives. Mostly just pleasure diving.
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      2. Laval
        Laval
        Hi Steven, going to Misool first was the right choice in my opinion. You could find my reviews of both resorts at Scubaboard. If you are interested I could forward you my 'special' report, which compares both resorts, which I do not share publicly, but I could email you if you wish. You could contact me at diverslens@gmail.com.
        Apr 8, 2021
      3. Laval
        Laval
        I assume you watched my videos on my YouTube Channel.
        Apr 8, 2021
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    Gender:
    Male
    Location:
    Toronto, Canada
    Occupation:
    Consulting, Environmental
    Gender:
    Male
    Certification Agencies:
    PADI
    Dive History:
    Maui/Hawaii, Antigua, Grand Cayman, Isla Mujeres/Mexico, Bonaire, Cozumel, Turks and Caicos, Lembeh, Misool, Dampier Strait, Raja Ampat, Indonesia, Andaman Sea, Philippines
    Certification History:
    PADI
    Certification Level:
    Master Scuba Diver
    # of Logged Dives:
    200 - 499
    Dive Classification:
    Vacation Diver
    Years Certified:
    Six - Ten Years

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