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H2O MAGAZINE – the International face of the Red Sea !

Was launched in June 2003 by Karim Helal, Chairman of the Board. It is conceived, written and designed by experienced professionals with a mission of enhancing the Red Sea experience of visitors and locals alike. H
2O is now available bi-monthly in English featuring new faces and places, environmental news, technological innovations, health advice and a lot more.

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2O is a part of a comprehensive marketing and promotional plan to increase the competitive position of the Red Sea as a travel destination and a part of a big dream for a better Red Sea.

We want to thank all those who appealed for the return of H2O and we hope that we will continue to improve and expand with your continued backing and encouragement.

Please do share with us your views, comments, stories and suggestions as this will help us achieve our aspirations not only for the magazine but for a better Red Sea...

 

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Technical diving is an extreme sport within the diving world, and like any other activity, the people who push their sport to the limit demand better
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European Standards for Recreational Diving were published in early 2004 and define the state of the art for scuba diver and instructor training and
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John Kean is author of 'SS Thistlegorm, The True Story of the Red Sea's Greatest Ship Wreck'. He is also a board member of Sharm El Sheikh's SSDM
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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 Staff and the help of Dr. Mohamm...
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SEALED with a KISS

Over the past few years, there has been a noticeable increase in the number of divers jumping in the water without tanks on their backs, but instead carrying strange boxes, or weird looking configurat...
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SOFT CORAL IN MEDIUM FORMAT

Every time I’m back from one of my trips in the hot and clear waters of the Red Sea, the colours of the alcionarian remain in my eyes and memory for days; they are certainly the most fascinating li...
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A coral banquet: Nocturnal feeding

Who can say that they have ever observed stony corals getting in a sort of "hunting fever?" The role of corals as an important predator in the reef is mostly unknown. Food acquisition at night remains...
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Liveaboards adopt Tracking System

In the Red Sea more and more Liveaboards are taking safety very seriously and protecting their guests with the latest high-tec device. When the ENOS® system was launched the Egyptian authorities...
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