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From the Helm Typhoon Haiyan
November 2013

Yap is fine. Typhoon Haiyan passed us a few days ago before reaching super typhoon status. We experienced dark skies, high winds and rough water, but sustained no more damage than a few blown over trees.

Picture of Typhoon Haiyan hitting the Manta Ray Bay Resort dive dock

The business is running strong and we have clear skies and water again. I personally wanted to thank everyone who inquired and sent good energy our way during the storm.

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  • Help Keep Yap on the Map

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    All that's missing is you...

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