Monday, 30 September 2013 by

What is sidemount and why should you give it a try? Sidemount diving is a diving configuration where divers wear one, two (recreational sidemount) or more (technical sidemount) tanks on their sides instead of mounted on the back (backmount). Sidemount tanks lie parallel to the body, below the shoulders and along the hips. Since the


Friday, 20 September 2013 by

What the Red Sea can show you when the sun goes down… Underwater Jump in the water after sunset and discover the wonders that open up at night. Night diving is a perfect way to rediscover a dive site you already know by day. Using a dive light and proper night diving procedures, you will


Friday, 13 September 2013 by

If you’re diving like us in the Bay for the moment, you can’t help but notice the incredible amount of juvenile fish of all species around. Baby triggerfish (Blue and Picasso), pipefish, lionfish, butterflyfish and bannerfish hiding in bricks on the sandy patches by twos and threes; juvenile goatfish, catfish, rabbitfish and other unidentified teaming


Tuesday, 09 July 2013 by

H2O Divers is taking one step further for Turtle Conservation in the Red Sea with HEPCA-Turtle Watch “Have you seen a turtle on your dive?” has become a frequently used question since H2O just  joined the HEPCA Turtle Watch family, already actively working on marine turtle conservation in Hurghada. But why not in all the


Sunday, 30 June 2013 by

Leopard Shark and Manta Ray seen in Dahab (june 2013) Sightings of sharks and large rays are always a great news in Dahab, since they are mostly rare in the area. These sightings where made on the 20/06/2013 at Lighthouse for the Leopard Shark (27 m depth, 2 m long) by Laura and Lara; on


Friday, 14 June 2013 by

Solo/self-reliant diving with H2O: what is it? Who is it for? Self-Reliant/Solo Diving has recently become more and more popular with the growth of other diving activities like deep diving, tec diving and side mount diving. With the introduction of having a redundant air source, spare mask, spare computer, etc., divers are becoming more independent