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Always wondered what it is like below the surface? Dreamed of being completely weightless like an astronaut? Then scuba diving is for you. Scuba diving lessons Sharm are fun and a cool way to spend your holiday. All Blue Lagoon instructors are professional and experienced so you can rest assured you will be in safe hands. Which Scuba Diving Lessons Sharm are for me? We offer several different options for you to choose from. The Discover Scuba Diving program is completed in one day and really gives you a taste of diving. Although you will not receive a certification at the end of the program you may receive credit towards your Open Water Diver or Scuba Diver certifications. The Scuba Diver course is completed in just 2 days and you will receive a certification to dive to 12m with an PADI Professional. The Open Water Diver course takes 4 days and certifies you to dive to 18m. This is the most popular course we... Rate: • $751 per Trip Include: • Transfer from & to hotel • Dinner open buffet & soft drinks ( seafood or barbeque ) • show • crew What You Can Expect: Night trip: from 6 pm till 9 pm ( Max 10 pax ) our license up to 30 pax but we need to make everything quality for our VIP client Scuba Diving Sharm We are located in Sharm el Sheikh at the tip of the Sinai Peninsula. The Gulf of Aqaba, Gulf of Suez and Red Sea converge here. Their currents bringing nutrients essential for the growth of the coral reefs. This creates a very healthy ecosystem. The healthy coral reefs are home to small fishes which in turn are a food source for the larger fish. In the summer months huge schools of large fish can be found here. They come in to the reefs and warm water to spawn. The Sinai Peninsula is simply fantastic for diving. The wide range of dive sites are truly World Class. There are dramatic walls, fast currents, macro, marine life and historical wrecks. The large range of sites means that there is something to suit all divers. World renowned sites such as Shark Reef and the wreck of the Thistlegorm are easily accessible from Sharm. Whether you are a certified diver or want to learn to scuba dive – scuba diving sharm is the best choice. The variety of dive sites is great for complete beginners and seasoned divers alike. Our team know exactly which dive sites will suit your and your ability meaning a safe and fun time. We offer a full range of PADI Courses. Whether you want to learn to dive or turn your hobby into your profession – we can help. We have a course to suit all levels and all interests. Red Sea Wrecks The Red Sea is home to a large number of wrecks ranging in age and historical significance. There are three famous Red Sea wrecks which are reachable from Sharm el Sheikh and which we would like to share with you. Dunraven The wreck of the Dunraven a British Steamship that was bound for Bombay now sits in the straits of Gubal at a depth of 28m at the base of a sloping reef with a beacon marking the southern tip of Sha’ab Mahmud. Carrying a cargo of timber and cotton which was lost when a fire broke out and the ship hit the reef and sank. The holds are now empty but are home to an abundance of marine life. Penetration is easy and the light that streams into the hold makes for some great photography. Schools of Glass Fish and many scorpion fish can be found around the engine area with the dive ending on the reef. An early morning departure is needed as the wreck is situated several hours from Sharm el Sheikh. The second dive is conducted in Ras Mohammed Marine Park. SS Thistlegorm The wreck of the SS Thistlegorm a steamship with a gross tonnage of 4898 and length of 126m is situated in the Straits of Gubal was sunk by German bombers in WWII. Fished for many years by the local Bedouin community, Jacques Cousteau discovered the wreck in 1955 and his dives on her featured on his series The Undersea World. Her location was kept a secret and she was rediscovered in 1974 with her location being published in 1992. The wreck itself lays at 30m with the deck at 15m with much of its cargo intact divers will see motorbikes (as ridden by Steve McQueen in the Great Escape), trucks, guns, ammunition and even wellington boots all from the 1940’s! The blast area is large and divers’ can easily envision the explosion and the speed at which she sank. Her large propeller and the guns at her stern are still intact. The journey to the SS Thistlegorm requires an early start with breakfast also being served on board – adding to the adventure. The day consists of two dives on the wreck and if time permits – an optional third dive at Ras Mohammed National Park. Rosalie Moller The position of the Rosalie Moller was given away when the light from the blast of the SS Thistlegorm lit up the light sky. The WWII bombers returned to successfully hit the Rosalie Moller but as she was a collier for the fleet carrying a cargo of Welsh Coal and not munitions like her sister ship the Thistlegorm took quite some time to sink and is more or less intact. The 108m long Rosalie Moller now lays at 50m with her deck at 35m. Visibility can sometimes be limited and due to this and her depth this wreck can only be dived by the most advanced of divers. The propeller and rudder are huge and as she is so intact a tour of the outside provides a better dive than actual penetration as due to the silt visibility can become zero. Officers’ and engineers’ rooms, the dispensary and a medical room are on the deck level, with the captain’s quarters and dining room above. The marine life on this wreck is simply amazing with the deck being alive with fish. A great Red Sea Wreck! Diving Dahab The town of Dahab – which is the Arabic word for Gold – is approx. 90km North East of Sharm el Sheikh by car. Diving Dahab is done via the shore of this lesser developed tourist resort. Dahab offers the opportunity for local shopping for traditionally made goods. The restaurants and shops are mainly situated along the promenade of the bay. An Egyptian Mecca for Kite Surfers, you will find many kites out on a windy day. By night the resort is a mix of surfers and divers. The atmosphere is relaxed but fun in the beach side cafes and bars. Diving Dahab – The Bells and Blue Hole Entering a blue lagoon from the shore divers descend through a vein which has eroded in the rock very much like a chimney which is referred to as ‘The Bells’ and emerge along the reef wall at about 12m. The wall itself is vertical and plunges straight down to over 200m. Passing along the wall divers enter the Blue Hole across a saddle at 6m. The Blue Hole itself is a sink hole that descends to over 130m. Deep arches dived by Tec Divers allow then to pass from the inner walls of the hole to the outer side of the main reef. Diving Dahab – The Canyon Accessed from a shallow sandy Lagoon the Canyon is a superb dive especially for photographers. The seabed lays at 20m at its deepest point. Its cavern reaches up to 10m high with its top ending in a glass fish dome. Light beams stream through cracks and the gap at the top. Outside the Canyon you find a sandy plateau with small coral blocks. A large number of octopus can be found here. Often seen free swimming. If you have any questions, we can answer those through GetMyBoat’s messaging platform before you pay. Just hit, “Request to Book” and send us an inquiry for a custom offer.
The company was founded in 2007. Located in Sharm el Sheikh this boutique scuba diving Sharm center was established by a team of marine professionals. The founders share a love for the sea, marine life and scuba diving. Their values are visible throughout Blue Lagoon with its high standards of safety, service and environmental awareness.
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- the client should hold his passport during the trip - inform us ( hotel name - check in - check out - how many person ) - copy of passport we can offer services with Extra fees : - transfer from & to airport -other excursions like ( safari - one thousand night and night - dolphin show or swim .... etc ) - diving courses - diving for divers