3 May 2015


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Scuba Diving at the Dive Sites and Dive Spots in the World.

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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 ...
Hugo's Trench:
Hugo's Trench is a rough dive site surrounded with steep walls, many large fish and a strong surge.
- Cray Crag
- Nursery
Yongala Wreck:
Simply FANTASTIC, one of my best dives ever, I didn't even have the time to look at the wreck itself, as there were ...
USS New York:
Resting on her port side, the USS New York is still mostly intact except for explosive damage caused by salvage operatio...
- Akitsushima: Akitsushima had suffered from minor damage inflict...
- San Quentin: Deliberately scuttled in 1898, to block entrance t...
Palancar Horseshoe was named because of the U-shaped cut in the reef structure.
- Yucab Reef
- Paraiso, Paradise Reef
Diving Majahuitas is as brilliant as the famous Los Arcos but quieter and a bit further from Puerto Vallarta.
- Chimo
- Morro
Bikini North and South:
Bikini is a macro photographer's playground. Try spotting the Ghost and Scribbled pipefish, Garden eels, or juvenile Box...
- Stringer: Shallow reef which never fails to deliver when con...
- Antons: Antons' large profile makes it popular with divers...
Sunny Isles Reef Site:
The Sunny Isles Reef Site is an area with several wrecks and tons of boulders.
- Azores
- Rota

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