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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
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
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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