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Ghostly underwater art gallery breathes new life to sunken ship
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Ghostly underwater art gallery breathes new life to sunken ship

Diving 27 meters underwater, the light turns a deep, hazy blue. Emerging from the darkness, three ballerinas in white tutus…
Rabigh Camping &Diving Trip
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Rabigh Camping &Diving Trip

Shark Family took a diving and camping trip from Rabigh Beach on the Red Sea in cooperation with the Manta…
Old Diver Diaries
Scuba Diving

Old Diver Diaries

Hello Diventures’ followers, we honored to introduce to you the diaries of Professor Hossam Nasef, dive medicine consultant, titled by…
10 Shark Diving Tips
Scuba Diving

10 Shark Diving Tips

When it comes to diving with sharks the brief should always be safety first. Here are our Top 10 tips…
6 Advantages of Owning Your Own Set of Scuba Gear
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6 Advantages of Owning Your Own Set of Scuba Gear

Though the sticker price might make your stomach churn, there are so many advantages of owning your own set of…
4 Spectacular Fun-Dive Spots For Freediving in Dahab, Egypt
Free Diving

4 Spectacular Fun-Dive Spots For Freediving in Dahab, Egypt

This laid-back Egyptian town on the east coast on the Sinai Peninsula is a freediver’s paradise. Home to the Blue…
SS Thistlegorm Wreck Dive Site
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SS Thistlegorm Wreck Dive Site

The SS Thistlegorm was a British armed Merchant Navy ship which was sunk while at anchor in the Red Sea…
Dolphin Echolocation – Can Humans Learn This Superpower?
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Dolphin Echolocation – Can Humans Learn This Superpower?

Dolphins use echolocation to navigate underwater and identify prey. When combined with visual input from their eyes, they can identify…
How to Identify Echinopora Lamellosa Coral
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How to Identify Echinopora Lamellosa Coral

Because many Indo-Pacific coral species do not have common names, it’s easier to identify Echinopora lamellosa as a thin plating coral covered…
Tips on Dive-Boat Etiquette
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Tips on Dive-Boat Etiquette

Sure, there are many memorable shore dives, but the majority of the best dives still require a boat. Here are…
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