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

April 21, 2012

Dahab Festival 2012: Raft Race, Flash Mob, Fireshow, Aikido, Party, Mini Windsurfers and Jam Session

Well I could not fit more into the headline – but the whole last day of the Dahab Festival was packed with events. First there was the second raft race. This time Team Sinai Divers was unbeatable. Around 5pm suddenly a Flash … Continue reading

April 20, 2012

Live bands at the Dahab festival 2012

Yesterday on the second last day of the Dahab Festival there was a very nice potpourri of bands playing. From Fun Rock to Blues via Reggae we spent a really nice evening at the main festival area by the bridge. So here … Continue reading

August 15, 2011

Small cave in Gabr El Bint (Shaab Said) – looks deep but isn’t

Shaab Said is one of the most beautiful dive sites in Gabr El Bint close to Dahab, Egypt. The coral garden there is unbelievable and looks untouched. There is a small cave (it’s more a swimthrough to be honest between … Continue reading

August 8, 2011

Cost-free Wallpapers for Computers: Turtles and Barracudas

On my German geek blog I published recently cost free wallpapers. Two pictures of turtles and one of a school of barracudas. If anybody wants to have the pictures feel free to use it as your background pictures. This one … Continue reading

August 7, 2011

Diving in Tiran or “Turtles everywhere”

Wow, that day diving in Tiran was really amazing. We went there to find the Hammerheads or some other sharks but we didn’t see any. But sharks would have been a bonus to this day. Plenty of fish and turtles … Continue reading

August 7, 2011

The Napoleon and myself …

I was lucky that Rich was with his camera on this dive and I’m in the picture with this massive Napoleon Wrasse. This picture is something special to me because normally I do not appear in the pictures as I’m … 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

May 17, 2011

Fishing in Ras Mohammed National park allowed: The South Sinai Governor, Again!

In 1983 Ras Mohammed became the first Egyptian national park, due to the area being so manifestly rich and abundant in life. Ras Mohammed’s splendour has wooed millions of visitors and imprinted unforgettable reminiscences into their memory, these vibrant reefs … Continue reading