H2O MAGAZINE – the International face of the Red Sea – enjoys success at BOOT.

H2O MAGAZINE – the International face of the Red Sea – enjoys success at BOOT.

After a very successful time at BOOT 2013 in Dusseldorf the next English edition of this magazine is already being put together. This will be available to readers in early March throughout the Red Sea zone. You will find a full report of our presence at BOOT in this edition.

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No More Shark Skin Wrist Bands

No More Shark Skin Wrist Bands

A major online retailer has announced that it has removed from its range all pro...

Photo Workshops

Photo Workshops

Well known journalist and photographer, Stuart Philpott, will be running a serie...

Fire Destroys Liveaboard

Fire Destroys Liveaboard

At approximately 02.00 on 30 January 2010, MY Typhoon caught fire whilst at dry ...

CSCL Hamburg Grounded

CSCL Hamburg Grounded

As we were preparing to go to print news came in of a shipping disaster on a wel...

Swine Flu Kills Sharks

Swine Flu Kills Sharks

Sharks are not, of course, dying directly from catching this deadly virus. Howev...

 

Northern Safaris

Northern Safaris

The Red Sea is a real playground for divers who discover the wonders of the underwater world - and keep coming back for more. And it's not just a question of budget, alth...

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Seemann Sub launch Hoseless Air Integrated dive computer

Seemann Sub launch Hoseless Air Integrated dive computer

Seemann Sub took the opportunity of BOOT 2010 to launch their new hoseless air integrated dive computer at a price not previously possible.

The data transf...

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Artificial Reef with a difference!

Artificial Reef with a difference!

One of the ships, the Million Hope, was first on the list to be salvaged from the waters of the Red Sea. With the aid of some quick thinking from James Tunney, College St...

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rEvo rEvolution 2009

rEvo rEvolution 2009

In the summer of 2009 Paul Raymaekers of rEvo Rebreathers' went with his family to the ORCA Dive Club, Safaga, on the Red Sea.   At the end of his holiday he was so im...

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DAHAB Life

DAHAB Life
Dahab. My home. Well, not really my home (I'm from Germany), but I have been coming to Dahab for more than 10 years and it has become my second home. I love the diving he...
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New Artificial Reef in Hurghada

New Artificial Reef in Hurghada

Teenagers from around Egypt had a lot of fun at the International Youth Ecological Festival, “Artificial reefs-2009”, held at the Blue Dreams Diving Club (Aqu...

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Face to Face with… PETER COLLINGS

Face to Face with… PETER COLLINGS

Peter Collings is one of the most well-known faces in diving and a real-life wreck detective. Over the years he has logged more than 6000 dives all over the world, had mo...

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Safe Drugs and Diving

Safe Drugs and Diving

That's how you learn to be a surgeon. Easy really, but from my experience a far better route to being a good doctor is: read about it, contract it yourself, diagnose it i...

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Red Sea Dive Sites - Abu Hashish

Red Sea Dive Sites - Abu Hashish

Abu Hashish sounds like it has something to do with drugs and some people say that this reef got its name from the contraband cargo of a boat that once hit it. Others say...

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