Whoosh… a year has gone by. Remember what I’m talking about? That’s right, pat on the back for you. It has been one year since Team #WorldRecord350 helped Ahmed Gabr to break the world record for the deepest diver at 332.35m. Here’s a blog by Oli about the day itself: The 18th September 2014 was
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
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
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
Deep Dahab and Blondes Go Tec: two articles featuring H2O in Sport Diver UK magazine. In December 2012, diving journalist and photographer Stuart Philpott made a two weeks visit to H2O/Tec Diving Dahab to write two articles for the diving magazine Sport Diver UK. The first article, “Deep Dahab” came out in April 2013 and
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