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NEMO 33 and SSI Team Up for 2010

NEMO 33 and SSI Team Up for 2010

The world’s deepest Indoor Dive Center NEMO 33 in Brussels has entered into partnership with SSI - Scuba Schools International. In December 2009 the instructors of the well-known Dive Center were trained by Ole Skjaerbaek and Marc Antoine Baudart (Area Manager Nordic & France) to become SSI Dive Professionals.

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ISO Recognition for PADI World Wide

ISO Recognition for PADI World Wide

In December 2009 the offices of PADI worldwide received recognition for compliance with the standards of the International Standards Organisation (ISO) for Recreational D...

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International DAN Divers Day

International DAN Divers Day

Messe Düsseldorf, Germany (BOOT 2010)

DAN Europe has organised a Recreational Diving Medicine Symposium, open to all Divers interested in keeping up to date on the m...

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VDST Seminar in El Quadim Bay

VDST Seminar in El Quadim Bay

Under the leadership of Ralph Schill, Director of the Department of the Environment and Science, a seminar on the biology and ecology of coral reefs in the Bay of Quadim ...

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ANDI Tec & Dive Week

ANDI (American Nitrox Divers International) Europe organizes an annual so-called Tec & Dive week at different venues around the world.  In 2009 this took place from ...

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New Dive Centre Opens

New Dive Centre Opens

Top Twin Dolphin Diving Center has opened under German management.   Earlier this year, Chris Köpcke and Stefan Ortlepp took over the Top Twin Dolphin baser in Lillyl...

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Mooring Lines for Hebat Allah

Mooring Lines for Hebat Allah

Permanent boat moorings have now been laid on the wreck of the 51m Hebat Allah, which lies at a depth of 45m, near Abu Ramada Island by HEPCA.   The Hebat Allah is an a...

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New Liveaboard for Red Sea

New Liveaboard for Red Sea

The King Snefro Fleet has have recently taken delivery of a new boat, the Snefro Crown. She is a Gold Class vessel with accommodation for 18 divers.

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Jasmin has Moved

Jasmin has Moved

One of Hurghada’s original dive centres has a new home. After many years at the Jasmine Village the Jasmin Dive Center has taken up residence in the Grand Seas Reso...

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THE LAND WHERE MONASTICISM WAS BORN

A mystical journey in the Red Sea Hidden deep in the Eastern Desert mountain range, at around 200 km. north of Hurghada, and very close to the skies, seventy Coptic monks still observe rituals that ...
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Saving SS Thistlegorm

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 organization. In October 2007 he will be co-speaking a...
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THE DOUBLE-ENDED NEEDLEHORSE

New evidence in the Red Sea, the family of Pipefish’s/ Seahorses have been found at our Hurghada diving sites. The species Solegnathus includes the Pipefish as well. They are considered to be ...
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A land that time forgot: Shalateen and its people

By Ayman H. Taher This special city offers many fascinating features, combining trade, history, and culture. My first encounter with Shalateen goes back about fifteen years when a group of friends f...
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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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