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Articles tagged with "dive"

The wonderful octopus

1st April 2020

There are a few hot spots where sightings of octopus could almost be considered common place and these tend to be the muck diving capitals of the diving world. A number of locations within the coral triangle are famed for providing the perfect habitat for our eight armed friends- that’s right; arms not legs or tentacles.

Flexi Booking Offer

16th April 2020

We have been working closely with our overseas partners to agree special flexi payment terms so we can offer you the flexibility you need to book your next dive adventure with total peace of mind.

Noble Nudibranch

28th April 2020

Nudibranch means ‘naked gills’ and these slippery little jewels live their fairly short lives with their gills on the outside of their body. Yet they aren’t afraid of the presence of a human and pose perfectly for the underwater photographer. It is a thrill to frame them as the main subject of a “still” life and catch their bright, delicate gill appendages swaying in the current.

Whale shark in the Galapagos

Why I Love Whale Sharks

5th May 2020

At first, there were many near misses. We’ve all been there. You return to the boat from a dive to excited chatter from your fellow divers about their thrilling marine life encounter; and endeavour to share in their delight as they recount their tale while querying how on earth you managed to miss it.

Black-spotted sweetlips in Sharm el Sheikh, Red Sea

Scouting out Sharm

11th May 2020

Having never been to Sharm el Sheikh, the Red Sea or even Egypt before, visiting this part of the world seemed like a wonderful opportunity to provide a first hand experience of the area as well as visit some of our partners.

Male instructor teaching dive students in a pool in Egypt

Top 10 Places to Learn to Dive

1st July 2020

Choosing the right destination to learn to dive is crucial and there are many factors to consider. The professionalism of the dive centre, safety, access to suitable dive sites for student divers and consistent underwater conditions are just some of the factors to consider.