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Lionfish: a very spiny problem!

For anyone who has been diving in the Caribbean in the last few years, you have probably heard of the lionfish problem. Having taught marine...

Lionfish: a very spiny problem!

For anyone who has been diving in the Caribbean in the last few years, you have probably heard of the lionfish problem. Having taught marine...

A Most Unusual Dive Site: Bonne Terre Mine

After a fun filled summer of diving in the UK, my partner CJ and I decided to head back to the USA to spend the...

Dive Notes from a Small Island: Part 6 – Scottish Lochs and Final Thoughts…

After our brilliant week in the Orkneys, it was time to make our way back to the North West as our trip was coming to an end. Since we were...

Dive Notes from a Small Island: Part 5 – Scapa Flow, Orkney Islands

When first planning our summer adventure, our friend Rob mentioned he would be working in Scapa Flow over the summer and he would help us...

Dive Notes from a Small Island: Part 4 – North East England & Scottish Borders

After a week’s break back home to dry our kit off and see the family we headed north to explore what the East coast near...

Dive Notes from a Small Island: Part 3 – Ireland & Northern Ireland

Having heard many great things about the diving in both Ireland and Northern Ireland and having the whole of August still ahead of us, we...

Dive Notes from a Small Island: Part 2 – Devon & Dorset

Mike and I had originally planned to dive in Plymouth, a couple of boat dives to the Scylla and JEL, or the reefs, but unfortunately...

Dive Notes from a Small Island: Part 1 – The South West

“Can you hand me that Phillips head screwdriver?”  Six days. Six days to convert our newly purchased van into a dive camper and begin our...

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Explore the amazing triangle of Red Sea Reefs - The Brothers, Daedalus and Elphinstone on board the brand new liveaboard Big Blue.  With an option to add on a week at Roots Red Sea before or after. 

Strong currents and deep blue water are the catalysts that bring the pelagic species flocking to these reefs. The reefs themselves provide exquisite homes for a multitude of marine life.  The wafting soft corals are adorned with thousands of colourful fish. The gorgonian fans and hard corals provide magnificent back drops, all being patrolled by the reef’s predatory species.

£1475 per person based on double occupancy.  Soft all inclusive board basis, buffet meals with snacks, tea and coffee always available.  Add a week on at Roots Red Sea Resort before or after the liveaboard for just £725pp.  Flights and transfers are included.  See our brochure linked above for the full itinerary.

This trip will be hosted by The Scuba Place.  Come Dive with Us!

Call 020 3515 9955 or email john@thescubaplace.co.uk

www.thescubaplace.co.uk

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