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Egypt in the picture

Egypt in the picture

Coming back from the southern dive sites of Dahab in the afternoon, driving with the car over the last hill, looking down to the lagoon with its surfers - this is always a magnificent moment.

There are only a few places in the world that offer such an incredible “blue hour” - the time shortly before sunset - to professional photographers and videographers like the Red Sea Riviera does. The warm light and powerful colours can easily be compared to well known places like Miami Beach, where photographers from all over the world “shoot” famous models on the beach for expensive advertisment campaigns.

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DIVE FOR DEBRIS

DIVE FOR DEBRIS

September 17th is the 20th Anniversary of International Cleanup Day. Once again, SCUBA divers around the world will join in and contribute to make this year’s clean...

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UNDER WATER I CAN FLY…

UNDER WATER I CAN FLY…

Finally, it´s happening! For quite a while now I have been trying to organize a Pro Trainer Course with IAHD, the International Association of Handicapped Divers, a...

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RED SEA LIVEABOARD Then.. and now

RED SEA LIVEABOARD Then.. and now

So there we were in the wilderness that is the Southern Red Sea. Our only engine had fallen silent. Bits of the Turbo were spread all over the dive deck and there was a l...

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THE TANKER WRECKS NEAR RAS BANAS

THE TANKER WRECKS NEAR RAS BANAS

Credit for the discovery of this wreck goes to the then Skipper of Lady M., “Ahmed the Crazy”. They called it the half wreck because it consisted of a stern a...

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