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Open Water Course rates for 20 person
Kindly send us rates for Open Water Course in Egypt for at least 20 person including picking up & dropping off hotel...
- Hello Ahmed,Please let us know at what location in ...
Adolphus Busch Sr.:
An excellent dive when it has been calm for a few days. The wreck sits in silty sand which clouds the wreck on rougher d...
- 9-Foot Stake: This site, named after a 9 ft stake (actually an 8...
- Joe's Tug: Joe's Tug was broken apart by the 2005 storms....
Hippolyte Rock Seal Colony:
A dive near Hippolyte Rock is a must if you want scuba diving with Australian Fur Seals.
- Thumbs
- SS Nord Wreck
Star of Scotland:
The Star of Scotland, Santa Monica Bay, makes for a deep but excellent dive site.
- TBM Avenger
- High Seas
Gabr el-Bint:
This is a great dive site and can be reached both from the shore or by boat. To reach it from the shore involves a fairl...
Princess Anne Ferry:
The Princess Anne Ferry sank in 1933 after ferrying passengers and automobiles across Chesapeake Bay.
- Turtle Bay
- Long Caye Wall
Bells and Blue Hole:
Diving this in early December 08, we started gearing up outside the 'Al Capone'. A short walk with fins in hand ...
- Yongala Wreck: This was one of my best dives ever. I was lucky en...
- Playa Paraiso: We arrived here by car and entered the water as a ...

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