Browsing: Scuba Diving Red Sea
Emperor Echo, sailing from Hurghada and Marsa Ghalib Port, is the newest arrival in the Emperor Red Sea fleet and now takes the number of Red Sea liveaboards to four.
Another excellent opportunity has arisen to join our growing Reservations team at Emperor Divers, based in Hurghada. This is a…
Emperor Divers is delighted to announce it has received not one, but two, TripAdvisor Certificates of Excellence for its Marsa Alam and El Gouna dive centres. The accolade, which honours hospitality excellence, is given only to establishments that consistently achieve outstanding traveller reviews on TripAdvisor.
In March 2016 we were joined by blind diver Graham Owen on our specialist technical liveaboard vessel, MV Legends in…
She has always been a popular choice in the Red Sea but now Emperor Elite is set to impress even more with her latest massive make-over.
I first dived the Red Sea back in 1974 with my very good friend Harry Simmonds on a marine biological course headed by Dr.Paul Cragg (a contemporary of my good friend Prof. David Bellamy), I had a loan of a Nikonos II underwater camera with no clue whatsoever on how it worked, but Jim Wlimot, Pete Bignel and Kevin Cullimore soon set me straight! I had picked up a Nikonos guide book by Jim & Cathy Church to read on the ‘plane to Eilat and took three rolls of 35mm film on our two week trip!
The Red Sea has always been convenient, close and with the promise of clear, warm waters. It has also always had the capacity to surprise, with sightings big and small every year to delight divers. Right now though, it is on a hot streak and is delivering delights that we haven’t had since the pioneer days of Red Sea diving.