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Red Sea Scuba Diving Trip
18th - 25th October 2014
Ryan & Sid
The Haileybury Gang
Josh K, Anna T, Luke R, Charles C, Jemimma W, Oliver P, Oliver E, Olivia K, Max P, Joshua P, Oliver G, Simona G, Suzannah F, Rosie W, Edward H, Harry H, Queenie P, Paige D, Ben H
Angus MacDonald & Alison McWhirter
A Summary of our Trip
We arrived at Camel Dive Hotel, had a smooth check-in followed by a bite to eat at the Pomodoro Restaurant
Our adventure began.... we collected our dive equipment and headed to the jetty!
It was the first day on our lovely dive boat Tribe, where most of the students completed Open Water dives 1 & 2, whilst the qualified divers did two fun dives at Near and Middle Garden.
Open Water dives 3 & 4 were completed at Ras Bob. We stayed the whole day at this dive site, diving around a beautiful drop off. The qualified divers enjoyed some leisurely dives around the Eel Garden.
Congratulations to most students who completed their certification today and were now PADI Open Water Divers!!
We sailed to what became the favourite dive site for the students, 'Temple', where some students completed the final Open Water dives and the qualified divers started their Advanced Course.
We all successfully completed our first drift dive in Ras Um Sid.
Quiz Night - hosted by Alison.
We returned to Ras Bob, which is a perfect place to perform different course activities. Here we were able to perform a wall dive, and for the Advanced students a deep dive.
In the afternoon, we picked up a current and dived along a beautiful coral garden of Ras Nasrani.
Pool Activities - Water games in the pool organised by Angus & Alison.
On the way to the Straits of Tiran, we were lucky enough to see a school of dolphins, where our skipper let us take some pictures from the boat.
The conditions were so good, that we were privileged to dive at a very rarely dived site - The Kormoran ship wreck. Later that day we did a drift dive at the famous Jackson Reef - known as one of the most beautiful coral gardens of the world.
Well done to those who completed your PADI Advanced Open Water today!
All students decided that they wanted to do an extra days diving. We had the pleasure of going to Ras Mohammed National Park and were able to swim through caves at Jack Fish Alley. To finish off our last dives, we decided to go back to our favourite site Temple.
We enjoyed a day of rest, lounging at the beach and enjoying the water sports on offer then did some shopping in the local area.
Myself (Ryan) and Sid had a lovely dive adventure with all of you this year. We hope to see you all again on the 2015 trip!
Enjoy some of the photos taken .... happy memories of a great holiday!!