Archive for July, 2011
Saturday July 9, 2011 14:48
The water is now a balmy 26 degrees and it will only be a matter of weeks until it reaches 28. Not only is it blissful to not have to struggle with cumbersome wetsuits the big fish seem to like these warm waters too! With new trips on offer, faster and improved check in procedures and a week of celebration in store, Sharm el Sheikh is THE place to be! To top all oft his we have some amazing deals in store for both shore and liveaboard based diving. The below deals are valid for arrival dates between 1st July and 30th September 2011
Saturday July 9, 2011 14:46
As part of our continual quest to improve your experience when diving with us we have introduced a new and improved procedure for anyone pre-booking their diving with us. In your booking confirmation you will now find a link to a new page on our web site, which brings up an online form. Simply enter all your details online with your equipment sizes, when you get here you simply sign, try on the pre-prepared kit and head off to the boat. Why have the extra stress and work if we can do it for you? Take a look at our great last minute deals and try out our new system as soon as you can!
Saturday July 9, 2011 14:39
Thanks to an amazing partnership with one of the UK‚Äôs largest liveaboard agent, trips for a weeks spectacular diving upon the luxurious and recently re-fitted VIP One, are now easier to arrange than ever. Simply contact us (link to vip info mail) and we can help you book a weeks safari including return flights from the UK for as little as ¬£999. With prices like that diving VIP style has never been more affordable. Take a 360¬į tour around the boat.
Saturday July 9, 2011 14:27
When you combine a recently refurbished luxury liveaboard boat with world class dive sites, exceptional service and the adventure of a night at sea; you get Red Sea College‚Äôs new ‚ÄúGet Hammered‚ÄĚ and ‚ÄúGet Wrecked‚ÄĚ adventures!
Saturday July 9, 2011 14:21
Many of us are astounded the first time we catch a glimpse of the underwater world, unfortunately most of us lack the creativity to express this fully. One very talented young Advanced Open Water Student was so inspired by her diving she wrote a song. Stephanie Fitchett explains all;
Saturday July 9, 2011 14:15
The 5th of August was a momentous day! Neil Armstrong (the first man to walk on the moon) was born, the cornerstone of the Statue of Liberty was laid, hit Beatles song Yellow Submarine was released and down in the Southern Tip of the Sinai something great began. In the late eighties the number of divers visiting Sharm was increasing but there was very little to offer anyone who wanted to learn to dive. Aquamarine Diving Centre; which was established over 30 years ago, decided to branch out with Red Sea Diving College as they saw a definite need in the market for a facility which catered to the student diver!
Saturday July 9, 2011 14:02
Having just learnt that RSDC will be celebrating its 20th birthday this year, we can tell you that a week long extravaganza is taking place! Divers who visit us during the week 1st-7th August will be able to enjoy some, or all of the twenty temptations we have lined up over these days. These range from special offers, competitions, a taster of a new diving experience or a tipple at our 20th Birthday Beach Party on the evening of 5th August!
Saturday July 9, 2011 13:33
The team at Red Sea Waterworld and Red Sea Diving College would like to introduce you to the newest member of the Club Med Team. Olivier Diallo has taken over the helm at the prestigious Club Med – Sinai Bay Village‚Äôs branch of Red Sea Waterworld. Olivier studied economics in Paris but despite this urban existence he always spent his free time exercising and exploring the outdoors.
Saturday July 9, 2011 13:27
Welbeck Defence College, from Leicestershire, UK, again used the facilities at Red Sea Waterworld on their recent visit to Taba Heights.¬† The college combines the academic side of life with sporting events, social, cultural and leadership activities, to help prepare students for their lives as Officers in the Armed Forces, within the Civil Service or in civilian employment.
Saturday July 9, 2011 12:13
Nothing can ruin a day out diving on a boat like seasickness! Instead of the gentle rocking motion relaxing you and allowing some well earned shut-eye in the sun, you spend the day praying to God that the boat can return to the jetty and allow you the relief of land beneath your feet. This month we ask our medical experts what causes this and more importantly how to prevent or control it once it takes hold.