Photographer and videographer animal and diving instructor, fell under the spell of French Polynesia there are more than 30 years, while traveling around the world.
He was first arrested in RANGIROA where he created in 1985 the first diving center in the Tuamotu archipelago: the Raie Manta Club. His passion and knowledge of marine life, especially sharks, led Yves to develop a new diving: the underwater safari.
This amazed thousands of divers since 1985 and has contributed to the worldwide reputation of the Raie Manta Club, which quickly specialized in both photographers and filmmakers submarines, offering them personalized service.
Yves Lefevre has worked with Captain Jacques Cousteau and the Calypso team, Nicolas Hulot for "Ushuaia", Luc Besson for the filming of Atlantis, etc. The BBC, Arte, Thalassa and National Geographic appeal to the Raie Manta Club for their reports.