New Scuba Diving Website "" Offers Integrated Adventure Travel Experience!

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A new scuba diving website,, has just been launched to provide scuba divers worldwide thorough information on scuba diving the Marisla seamount off the coast of Baja, California. includes detailed travel information, photographs of endemic marine life, and affiliation with to provide equipment. Expansion plans include adding to complete the website's goal of providing an integrated, one-stop adventure travel experience.

Growing enthusiasm for scuba diving has resulted in many new entrants to the sport. Author Tom Rapko recently launched based on his scuba diving experiences in Baja, California and his critically acclaimed novel "Diving The Seamount".

This website is unique in that it focuses on a single dive site, the underwater volcano known as the seamount located in the Sea of Cortez off the coast of La Paz, Mexico.

With such a variety of dives sites on the peninsula scuba aficionados will appreciate the value of a website dedicated to providing thorough and regularly updated information on one of the best sites in the world.

Additional resources on the site include real-time weather updates from La Paz, Mexico courtesy of CNN/ as well as a collection of images taken by the author of endemic marine life and a Baja literature selection.'s major focus, however, is the underwater El Dorado located just 8.2 miles and 032 degrees from Los Islotes off the coast of La Paz which divers can locate using the interactive map linked on the website.

In addition, partnered with to provide customers with exceptional service and equipment for their diving needs.

Plans are in motion to add another important team member; an online travel agency provided by

For all intents and purposes, divers now have the ability to research, equip, and book a scuba diving expedition to the seamount on one integrated website! Check it out at:

Tom Rapko

(617) 331-1784

[email protected]

All Images © Tom Rapko 2004


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