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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)

For 8 days, 7 nights we will be living on board the luxurious M/Y Moonima, cruising the magnificent Maldivian coral atols. We expect to have around 3 dives per day, overall 15-17 dives in 6 diving days.

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June 23, 2016 Geo Delveroudis Our Trips 0
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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 here)

For 8 days, 7 nights we will be living on board the M/Y Golden Dolphin 3, cruising the colorful north Red Sea coral reefs. We expect to have around 4 dives per day, overall 20 dives in 6 diving days.

The “Thistlegorm” is probably the most famous wreck in the Red Sea. The British ship was
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June 23, 2016 Geo Delveroudis Our Trips 0
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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 mantas, breathtaking sunsets, unparalleled hospitality and fabulous hotels will fill up our souls and memory cards. This will be a Bali diving trip to remember!
For a presentation in Greek click here. Για την παρουσίαση του ταξιδιού στα Ελληνικά πατήστε εδώ.


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March 23, 2016 Geo Delveroudis Our Trips 0
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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
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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 sharks.
Fortunate enough, we danced with them, and this is the video of what we lived!

Audio Track: “Fearful Odds” by M83 from the soundtrack of the motion picture “Oblivion”.

September 24, 2014 Geo Delveroudis Diving Memos 0
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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
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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
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Hello World!

geo underwaterI always wanted to be an astronaut.

It could not be any simpler than that.

I studied physics to understand nature and become an astronaut.

I fell in love with scuba diving because it gave me the experience of weightlessness without being in outer space. I was, at last, able to hover freely in three-dimensional space.

Since my early days in the industry, I tried to understand what fueled my obsession with diving and traveling.

In the beginning -I am now certain- it was pure ego. Diving gave me the opportunity to distinguish myself, to be different.

 

But as I carried on diving, I realized that I was fulfilling a far more profound need.

The more I dive, the more clear I see that I am part of a greater system that is interconnected and functions as a whole. The more I travel, the more conscious of this reality of oneness I become.

Astronauts experience this “overview effect” when they look back on Earth from orbit.

I travel and dive to experience the same “overview effect”, the gentle embrace of Mother Sea.

Join me in this travel quest; our blue planet is full of extraordinary discoveries!

Geo Delveroudis

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