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What started as a need to for work quickly grew out into a passion and work.
Since the advent of websites I decided that my online exposure was something I could or should do myself, in that time our tools were dreamweaver or microsoft's frontpage... that was '99.

From 1 page websites to fully operational cms systems of more than 20,000 interactive files, internet presences have considerably grown, now throw in SEO, SEM and Social Media and one can quickly feel overwhelmed.

Under DTWC I create customized solutions utilizing open source software like Joomla and working closely together with renowned and reputable php developers; together we create online workhorses that work while you sleep.

Thanks for visiting my site. Kind regard and safe diving - Henri Hemmerechts / Web Architect.

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Introducing THE OCEANROAMER - OCEANROAMERS

For 30 years I have been working in the Marine Tourism Sector.

Creating, building or redeveloping businesses, organizations and concepts.

From the creation of multinational diving center management companies, to consulting for leading diving educational companies and organizations.
Setting up products for dive tour operators.
To last but not least training wildlife rangers and managing a marine park. 

Our portfolio is as wild as they come, the rumors may well be true! :-)

Let's put some depth in our lives
SERVICES

All our initiatives and projects are based on the core principles of:

Community utility, long term economical and environmental self-sustainability.

Because of the wide scope of different projects under our management, we have the unique ability to combine various talents and expertise tailored to your needs. 

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