September 23, 2012

Red Sea Wrecks- The Giannis D.

Type- Twin hold general cargo vessel Built-  Kuryshima Dock Company of Imabari, Japan. Launched- 1969 as the Shoyo Maru Weight- 2932 ton Dimensions- Length, 99.5m; Width, 16m; Draught, 6.53m Engine- 6 cylinder diesel,  Max speed 12 knots. Wrecked- 20th April 1983 Location-  27° 34’ 42″ N, … Continue reading

May 1, 2012

Disgraceful: Freediver Fred Sessa or his student Sitting on Corals and Apnea Magazine publishes it

I really don’t know what to say?! Most people related to underwater sports know that it is important to protect the fragile underwater ecosystem and especially the corals. Freediver Fred Sessa or his student has nothing better to do then sitting … Continue reading

November 14, 2011

Diving at the Blue Hole in Dahab shallow

The Blue Hole in Dahab, South Sinai, Egypt is famous for deep dives and The Arch. But  it’s also very beautiful if you stay shallow. Especially on the right hand side are stunning corals in between 2 and 15 metres. … Continue reading

October 21, 2011

Gili Islands: A paradise for Turtle Lovers

Having a little bit of time and watching at my pictures I realized once again how many turtles we have seen during the dives on Gili Air with Oceans 5. Almost on every dive we have seen a turtle. Well … Continue reading

October 17, 2011

Under water: Some impressions from Bali and Gili Air

We are heading towards North West for more pictures and the last bit of the holiday in Bali after we spend a couple of days in Kuala Lumpur. The diving so far was really good and I want to show … Continue reading

August 19, 2011

Linus Torvalds is doing his divemaster course

Even the greatest minds on this earth enjoy diving. As I just found out on Google Plus: The father of Linux (Linus Torvalds) is doing his divemaster course at the moment. It definitely can’t hurt to have more intelligent divers … Continue reading

August 5, 2011

Another stunning day diving in Ras Mohammed national park, Sinai, Egypt

There is so much fish in Ras Mohammed at the moment – it’s stunning. We did more or less the same dive site (Shark Reef and Yolanda Reef, where I published the 3D pictures yesterday) three times and always saw … Continue reading

July 30, 2011

Stunning dives at Ras Mohammed national park in Sharm El Sheikh

Well this was a really good day out. Rich, JP and myself equipped with DSLRs did two really nice dives at Ras Mohammed. That was a great day out – thanks guys! Here some of the bounty I could gather … Continue reading

May 4, 2011

Really nice dive: Islands, Dahab, South-Sinai, Egypt

We don’t have any breaking SCUBA news today. Doesn’t matter because we can report from a really nice dive this morning. Islands is always worth a visit. Especially without wind like today. If you want to do the full round … Continue reading

February 22, 2011

New Egypt: Good discounts in Dahab, South Sinai, Egypt

Support tourism and secure the income of the the people of egypt! I wrote to a couple of friends and asked if they have any special offers because of the situation at the moment – for the people not watching … Continue reading