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Diving Places - The Red Sea - Across Multiple Countries!

Today, we are going to dive deep into The Red Sea: across Egypt, Jordan, Israel, Sudan! The Red Sea is one of the best places in the world to go diving. The Red Sea is huge, so it is up to you where you want to dive in! The spots include Ras Mohamed and Tiran, St Johns, Daedelus, Elphinstone and the Brothers. Also, not forgetting the Dahab’s Blue Hole, or Aqaba’s wreck of the Cedar Pride. And to mention some of the best and most accessible wrecks in the world - the Giannis D, Carnatic, Dunraven and the SS Thistlegorm. That is a lot to take in, right? That is just how enormous The Red Sea is if you love a good dive. Like in any dive, sea creatures are present, from brightly coloured nudibranchs and long-nosed hawkfish to oceanic whitetips, hammerheads and whale sharks.

What did you like about the dive?

I personally dived in the Giannis D. It is one of the best and most accessible shipwrecks in the sea! I love the sight of the shipwreck. It looks creepy and scary, but relaxing at the same time. I love all the details. However, like in any wreck diving, do not lose your way!

What are the problems and how did you overcome them?

There were no problems during the dive. However, before it, I had difficulty deciding which part of The Red Sea I wanted to explore. I could only dive for an hour, so I had to choose just one area. I wish I could be a fish and take days to explore the entire Red Sea.

What have you learned from the dive?

I have learned that sometimes, you need to really need to take time to explore and see the true beauty of the environment. I got this idea because looking at The Red Sea, from the surface it is just the sea, but beneath it lies the history of a shipwreck. To me, the shipwreck is a treasure, hidden under the sea.

What watch do you use for the dive?

I use the TWELF-X OCEAN 1908 DEEP WAVE - BLACK/ROSE GOLD (1005) watch. The watch features a 120-click unidirectional bezel to ensure that time is kept accurately. Most importantly, it is water resistant (20 ATM), so it could work under water!

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