August 16, 2012

In El Quseir you also can see big turtles

The diving last week with and Marlies Lang was not only because of the sharks very impressive. On certain divespots you also can see massive sea turtles. On one dive we were very lucky and saw Green Turtles and Hawksbill Turtles. If you … 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

October 29, 2011

A role model dive centre: Oceans 5 in Gili Air (Indonesia)

During the holidays in Indonesia we were fortunate to come across Oceans 5 in Gili Air. Not only is the place beautifully designed. It also offers a lot of extras that makes your staying there memorable for a lifetime. After … Continue reading

June 15, 2011

To Snorkel or Not to Snorkel: That is the Question

TDI / SDI / ERDI has a good write-up about if divers should or should not wear snorkels. The conclusion is – surprise surprise – that it very much depends on the conditions we are diving in. There are still … Continue reading

September 7, 2010

Rescue 2010: The Lifesaving World Championships in Alexandria

Rescue 2010 will take place in the coastal city of Alexandria in Egypt from 2 to 17 October 2010. Pool Events will take place in the Olympic Swimming Pool of Alexandria and Ocean events will take place in Mamoura Beach. … Continue reading

September 9, 2009

Red Sea Research, Club Red, Seven Tenths and Dive-Hive took part in the international Beach Cleanup Day

Today – 19 September 2009 – is the international Beach Cleanup Day. All of us – especially divers – would love to see the beaches and the nearby reefs clean. Reality is quite often different. Plastic bags and other rubbish … Continue reading