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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
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The new SCUBAPRO JET SPORT FIN is a lightweight, comfortable fin, with which every diver will be
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New evidence in the Red Sea, the family of Pipefish’s/ Seahorses have been found at our Hurghada diving sites. The species Solegnathus
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