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Its e-mails were thorough and prompt, and I could always reach it on Skype.

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After combing through online discussion boards, I chose one company based in Yangon called Moby Dick because its e-mails were thorough and prompt, and I could always reach it on Skype. Still, a constant loop of “What if no one picks us up? What if there isn’t even a boat?” ran in my head until a middle-age Burmese man in a ball cap and blue plaid shorts walked up and shook my hand. He introduced himself as our guide, Thaingar. ~ Miky Meek (NEW YORK TIMES Published: March 14, 2013)

Source: http://www.nytimes.com/2013/03/17/travel/setting-sail-among-myanmars-islands-of-mystery-explorer.html?pagewanted=all&_r=1&

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The charter boat Sea Gipsy, run by the company Moby Dick, ferries travelers among the mostly uninhabited Mergui Archipelago, spread out over 250 miles in the Andaman Sea. ~Miky Meek

The charter boat Sea Gipsy, run by the company Moby Dick, ferries travelers among the mostly uninhabited Mergui Archipelago, spread out over 250 miles in the Andaman Sea. ~Miky Meek

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