2016 WRAP-UP

Monday, 09 January 2017 by

I was doing really well with blogs last year but-one… and miserably failed in 2016. I’m sure all y’all are gutted. Well – they are back so buckle-up. We’ve had some changes over 2016 – people have come in to our little #H2OFamily and some have left. Oli moved to the Cayman Islands earlier in

DESTINATION DAHAB

Sunday, 03 May 2015 by

is a delightful decision for your next diving dream – and we’re not the only ones who think so! A popular blogger for Scuba Diver Life, Trevor Sanford wrote the following: Dahab is one of my favorite dive destinations, and for good reason. This small resort town on the Sinai Peninsula is named for the

LET’S GET WRECKED

Friday, 12 December 2014 by

Even though the wreck of the SS Thistlegorm lies closer to Sharm el Shiekh than Dahab, it’s cheaper to do the trip through us than from most dive centres in Sharm. Go figure. The SS Thistlegorm is a British ship built in 1940. In her short life she carried out three successful voyages before being

THINKING OUTSIDE THE BOX

Friday, 13 June 2014 by

The Rescue Diver course is a weird one; we spend 3 days teaching you all these skills – and yet at the same time are hoping you won’t ever have to use them. Two types of divers generally sign up for this course: either the apprehensive diver who wants to become more secure with their

007 STYLE DIVING!

Thursday, 20 February 2014 by

The other week I started my dive from Bannerfish Bay – right outside the dive centre and, within 7 min I was above the swim through at Mashraba dive site. For those of you that have no idea what I’m talking about, this would normally take around 25 min assuming no current of course. Hence

DRINKING & DIVING

Friday, 11 October 2013 by

You may have noticed that whilst you are diving with us,we at H2O bang on about the importance of drinking… water! But why? Simply put, dehydration can make you more likely to get decompression sickness (DCS), aka ‘the bends’. According to DAN (Divers Alert Network) in over 70% of cases of DCS, the primary factor

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