26 Apr 2019

9+1 amazing sharks of the Red Sea

Over half of the Earth’s surface is covered by water and there is only one place that is not really paralleled by any other, and that is the Red Sea, hidden between vast land strips of scorching sand. Who would imagine that a prolific and vibrant marine life thrives beneath the surface of the sea, […]

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06 Feb 2019

FAMILY DIVING TOURS ARE THE HIT OF THE SUMMER! READ ON TO FIND OUT WHY!

Most of us started diving in our 20s, and we were mesmerised by the sea. We were voracious students, taking in all the sites, and we could hardly wait for the next time we would go diving. And once we were there again, we just wanted to get as many dives in as humanly possible. […]

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18 Jan 2019

Cousteau’s favourite dive sites

Many dive sites close to Cousteau’s own heart had since become world-renowned. But which were the great explorer’s top 10 favourites? Shaab Rumi, Sudan Sipadan, Malaysia Cocos Island, Costa Rica Poor Knights Islands, New Zealand Aliwal Shoal, South Africa Vancouver Island, Canada Blue Hole, Belize Cozumel, Mexico Heron Island, Australia Richelieu Rock, Thailand It is […]

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10 Dec 2018

LAST MINUTE SOCORRO!

Visit Mexico’s world-famous Revillagigedo islands in 2019! Spend a week onboard M/Y Cassiopeia and dive the awesome sites of Socorro, Roca Partida and San Benedicto! Tour date: January 15-22, 2019 Original Price: 3 400 USD Last Minute Offer: 2 990 USD / person + Free Nitrox  Socorro Island is well-known for its manta rays and hammerhead […]

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24 Sep 2018

YOUR LITTLE BLACK BOOK ON SUDAN DIVING – OR EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT DIVING IN SUDAN

The word “Sudan” is often enough to ward off visitors, who are relatively scarce in numbers, to a country whose name conjures up such a scary image. Yet, who does travel here, will surely experience one of the greatest journeys of their lives, and with reason. Prior to 2011, Sudan was the largest country in […]

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31 Jul 2018

MEETING UP WITH GREAT WHITE SHARKS ON M/Y CASSIOPEIA!

Guadalupe Island, Mexico Guadalupe is a volcanic island in Mexico, about 240km west of the Baja California Peninsula. The island’s population is just over 200, and that includes fishermen, some farmers and navy personnel. One of the most prevalent animals of the island are seals. Their population counts over 10,000 individually registered animals. The island’s […]

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17 Jul 2018

The Ultimate Diving Packing List

Taking a diving liveboard trip? What if you forget something?  No worries.  Just tick and pack, and you are done!  Check the passport/visa requirements for your destination. Does your passport need to be valid 3-6 months following your departure date or have a certain number of blank pages? Do you need a visa?  Check outbound/inbound […]

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14 Feb 2018

SUDAN IS A DIVERS’ MECCA WHERE WE ARE GREETED BY THE PAST AND THE PRESENT AT ONCE

THE PAST TELLS STORIES OF OLD TIMES, EXPERIMENTS AND WARS   Sanganeb boasts the tallest lighthouse in the Red Sea. The 50m-tall tower was built by the British between 1958 and 1964. A mere 268 steps lead all the way up to the look-out where a 360° view awaits us onto the marvelous Red Sea, as […]

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Sharks in Sudan on Andromeda
31 Jul 2017

Scuba Diving in the Red Sea – Sudan 2018

Sudan is a top pick amongst scuba diving travellers in 2018 – Spring season (68% reserved). Some dates you just missed. Our last cabins sold out a few days ago. And still some dates are very popular – we will run out of cabins soon. Do you need help deciding which dates to book?   […]

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10 TIPS FOR NEWLY CERTIFIED DIVERS
14 Jun 2017

10 tips for newly certified scuba divers

As freshly “graduated” divers, we finally receive our certification that lets us purchase dive packages at any diving centre around the world. We excitedly begin planning and we get the first slap

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