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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)

For 8 days, 7 nights we will be living on board the luxurious M/Y Golden Dolphin 3, cruising the colorful south Red Sea coral reefs, Daedalus and Fury Shoals. We expect to have around 3-4 dives per day, overall at least 17 dives in 6 diving days while staying on the liveaboard.

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January 31, 2016 Geo Delveroudis Our Trips 0
Scuba Diving Liveaboard to Brother Islands, Red Sea

Scuba Diving Liveaboard to Brother Islands, Red Sea

On 10-17 December 2015 we are sailing for our 18th group-organized live aboard trip to Egypt.
(Για την παρουσίαση 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 luxurious M/Y Golden Dolphin 3, cruising the magnificent Red Sea coral reefs. We expect to have around 3 dives per day, overall 15-17 dives in 6 diving days.

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September 6, 2015 Geo Delveroudis Our Trips 0
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SCUBA DIVING LIVEABOARD DEEP SOUTH RED SEA

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
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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