What not to leave at home? It’s a classic story of turning back from the airport because you left your passport at home. However this time we are not focusing on the regular “to do list” before you travel
Nowadays we are hearing and reading more and more about divers missing or lost at sea. The good news is that in many cases the life-saving beacons saved these divers in time.
FIVE things that make a diving safari really unique and very different from daily diving. How many do YOU know?
If by any chance you and/or your guests are able to extend your holiday by 1 week, we would like to welcome you for a second week and offer you 50% OFF from the boat rate.
Fabulous accommodation onboard M/Y Cassiopeia! Festive 10-course X-mas dinner Excellent diving in the Deep South of the Red Sea
Are you a Lady? Are you a Scuba Diver? Are you dreaming about diving with sharks? Then don't go further: March is the month of shark lover Scuba Diver Girls!
Live-aboard dive boats have been around for a long time and they are really becoming more and more popular in the diving community. What is the Liveaboard Lifestyle?
In our new series of articles Dr. Gabor Kiefer, an ear, nose and throat specialist answers your questions that come up most frequently during diving, on holidays and diving tours. If you have any questions regarding the topics or other issues, feel free to comment.
This week the hammerhead sharks took backstage to the grey reef sharks. And did they ever perform – they were seen at almost all reefs. The first two days were a bit windy then the seas calmed down.
This time around we have enjoyed a lot more sunny days then last week. Winds were not too strong and luckily the waters were quite calm at the northern dive sites. Our dives were made more colourful by the schools of hammerheads, jackfish and barracuda. This week Angarosh rocked!