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H2O after 5 successful years with a much-envied and unmatched diver readership, is sought after by dedicated Red Sea lovers and scuba divers worldwide who are interested in traveling to the Red Sea. We go to great lengths to ensure that all visitors (some even before they arrive) receive a copy, truly making it internationally orientated.

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H2O is the only independent Egyptian owned title reaching divers everywhere. We are unbiased and report on all areas of diving and watersports in the Red Sea.

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