Diving Dolphin Reef

The Dolphin Reef is loacted in Eilat, Israel. It sits at the country's southernmost point and is a unique ecological site. Visitors to Dolphin Reef have the chance to meet and watch dolphins in their natural habitat. Via DiveNews...

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Hurghada, Egypt in the News

The Red Sea’s first purpose-sunk wreck off Hurghada is now open to divers with a minimum of 100 logged dives and certified as BSAC sports diver or equivalent. The former cargo ship Hebbat Allah lies “bolt upright” between 75 and...

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The Red Sea in Egypt for Scuba Diving - An Exotic Dive Trip for any Diver

One of the most exotic dive trips any scuba diver can take is to the Red Sea in Egypt. There are two main areas for scuba diving in Egypt. One is at Sharm El Sheikh and the other at...

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Red Sea Divers Spot "Unusual Dark Spot" in Water...

Marsa Alam is a city perched on the southern edge of Egypt窶冱 east coast, along the Red Sea. Featuring warm waters, fantastic coral, and ample marine life, this area is known worldwide for peerless diving. Recently, some divers returning...

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Red Sea Yolande Wreck may be the deepest ever wreck scuba dive

From a thread on Yorkshire Divers, Leigh Cunningham and Mark Andrews yesterday finalised their Yolande project by scuba diving the wreck itself, which can be found between 145 and 200m on a sandy ledge on a reef wall. The...

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