Aqualized Travel Adventures
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    Mantas, whalesharks and everything a diver can dream of!

    On 28 Oct to 06 Nov 2016 we are sailing on our 2nd live aboard trip in Maldives. (Για την παρουσίαση του ταξιδιού στα Ελληνικά πατήστε εδώ, for a pdf presentation in Greek click here)

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    Scuba diving Liveaboard North Wreck Safari Nov2016, Red Sea

    On 26 Nov to 03 Dec 2016 we are sailing on our 20th group-organized live aboard trip to Egypt. (Για την παρουσιαση του ταξιδιού στα Ελληνικά πατήστε εδώ, For a pdf presentation in Greek click

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    Exploring the tropical paradise of Bali, a diving trip to remember!

    On August the 6th, 2016, we are heading to the tropical paradise of Bali! An island of wonders awaits us! Picturesque rice terraces, ancient Hindu temples, pristine coral reefs, huge schools of fish and giant

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    Daedalus Shark Safari, April 2016 (Liveaboard)

    On 23 to 30 April 2016 we are sailing on our 19th group-organized live aboard trip to Egypt. (Για την παρουσιαση του ταξιδιού στα Ελληνικά πατήστε εδώ, for a pdf presentation in Greek click here)

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    Dancing with Mantas and Sharks!

    Deep in the south of the Egyptian Red Sea lie some of the most pristine coral reefs of the region. In Daedalus and Zabarghad’s depths you might have the luck of dancing among mantas and

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Underwater video of St John’s colorful reefs!

The reefs of St John lie in the south Egyptian Red Sea. The only way to dive them is through a liveaboard trip.
Ever wondered how it is to dive among the St John’s colorful reefs?
View our 4 minute video (preferably in HD) and dream of your dives there!

May 22, 2014 Geo Delveroudis Diving Memos 0

Diving with hundreds of Sharks in French Polynesia

When you imagine the dive in Tumakohua (South Pass) in Fakarava, French Polynesia, you think of sharks…

But there is nothing that can prepare you for what you are about to experience…

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March 28, 2014 Geo Delveroudis Diving Memos 0


On Easter, 17-24 April 2014 we are sailing for our 14th group-organized live aboard trip to Egypt. (Για την παρουσιαση του ταξιδιού στα Ελληνικά πατήστε εδώ, For a pdf presentation in Greek click here)

For 8 days, 7 nights we will be living on board the M/Y Golden Dolphin 2, cruising the colorful deep south Red Sea coral reefs. We expect to have around 4 dives per day, overall 18 dives in 6 diving days.

St John’s is a cluster of small reefs offering some of the most spectacular underwater wildlife vistas in the Red Sea. Habili Ali reef offers giant gorgonians and black corals. We expect to dive with grey reef & silvertip sharks, hammerhead sharks, bumphead parrot fish, giant napoleons, snappers, butterfly and bat fish and barracudas.
To the north, you’ll find the St John’s cave, an area where shallow cracks open up into small caverns, a sight you’re not about to forget.
The Fury Shoal reefs are located just to the north. Diving spots like Shaab Claudio, the Malahi Playground, el wasta will leave us speechless with their labyrinthine paths among the coral covered caverns. Here we will also have the opportunity to swim with the permanent population of spinner dolphins that live at the Sataya reef.
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December 13, 2013 Geo Delveroudis Our Trips 0

Diving the best reefs of the world in Raja Ampat!

In the heart of the coral golden triangle, lies Indonesia’s Raja Ampat! The world’s most diverse reefs are located here and we had the luck to dive and experience this nature’s wonder. From pygmy seahorses to giant mantas, everything can be encountered here.

October 8, 2013 Geo Delveroudis Diving Memos 0

Christmas in Thailand!

Imagine your next Christmas holidays wearing  swimsuits and pareos .

For a presentation in Greek press here. Για την παρουσίαση του καταδυτικό ταξιδιού μας στα Ελληνικά πατήστε εδώ.

We travel to Thailand to spend eight nights at the famous tourist resort of Krabi!
Using Krabi as our base, we shall dive in Phi Phi islands for leopard sharks, we’ll do wreckdiving at the famous King cruiser, we’ll chill out by kayaking the Ao Phang Nga national park, we’ll seek adrenaline  while rafting in the nearby rainforest or just gather the sun on the beautiful beaches of the area.

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September 25, 2013 Geo Delveroudis Our Trips 0

A choreography of colors and forms in the depths of the Red Sea

Take a break off the noise of the city and let nature relax your senses.
It is only to the sensation of a fairy tale that I can compare the feeling of diving among the coral reefs of the Red Sea.

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June 25, 2013 Geo Delveroudis Diving Memos 0
dive the most famous shipwreck, thistlegorm

How to dive the most famous shipwreck of the world, the Thistlegorm!

Dive type: Wreck diving

Depth: 16 – 33m

Visibility: Medium to good

Currents: Strong to medium (usually from N to S)

Surface conditions: Site open to all directions,

Water temperature: 22 (Jan-Apr)- 28°C (Aug-Oct)

Experience level: Advanced due to currents and need of penetration to roofed areas.

Best time to visit: Possible all year round.

Distance: 30nm west of Sharm El Sheikh

Access: Daytrips (from Sharm) and liveaboards (from Sharm and Hurghada).

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June 17, 2013 Geo Delveroudis Dive Locations 0

Wreck Diving Video Thistlegorm

Sunk by the Germans in 1941, discovered by Cousteau in the 50s, forgotten once more till the 70s, this wreck is a legend among divers!

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June 11, 2013 Geo Delveroudis Diving Memos 0
Fish 'n Fins Scuba Diving Center in Palau Review

Fish ‘n Fins Scuba Diving Center in Palau Review

Diving in Palau is on top of the bucket list of every diver. Picking the right diving center will certainly make the difference between a successful trip and a disaster.

It was in March of 2013 when I last visited Palau and “Fish ‘n Fins” was the diving operator we used. Fish ‘n Fins is the oldest diving center of the island, established back in 1972 and since 1998 it is run by Tova and Navot Bornovski. The couple are almost always present at the shop, ready to intervene when needed and solve any problems. It is always a plus to have the owner on spot.
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June 4, 2013 Geo Delveroudis 0
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How to hide an eye!

Let us address an evolutionary adaptation that is evident when viewing underwater macro photos.

A lot of creatures need to conceal their appearance either for protection from hunters, or because they are hunters themselves and do not want to reveal their location.

As most photographers know, one of the best ways to locate a creature hidden among weeds, corals, rocks, etc is to look for the regular pattern of its eyes. Been round, symmetrical, and quite often black, it is easy to look for them among the background.
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May 30, 2013 Babis Sfougaris General 0