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Book Review: Erebus – The story of a ship (2019)

In a title of six words, Erebus: The story of a ship, Michael Palin tells us precisely what his book is all about. Through a...

Book Review: The Boys in the Cave – Deep inside the impossible rescue in Thailand (2018)

On the 23rd June 2018 twelve members of the Thai Wild Boars youth football team, and their coach, strolled into the Tham Luang Cave in...

Book Review: Fire in the Night – The Piper Alpha Disaster (2008)

At 10.00 pm on 6th July 1988 liquid gases, under high pressure, exploded in a fireball on the Piper Alpha oil production platform. All in...

Book Review – Submerged: Adventures of America’s Most Elite Underwater Archeology Team

Some of us will have dived in Chuuk Lagoon, Federated States of Micronesia, and marvelled at the remains of massive WWII warships. Others may have...

Book Review: Deep Water By Watt Key

A deep dive, to almost thirty metres, thirty miles off the coast of Alabama, USA goes horribly wrong. In strong current, their anchor line –...

Book Review: Blind Descent by James M. Tabor

Blind Descent by James M. Tabor takes the reader into the world of super caves, to perpetual night and the remarkable men and women who...

Book Review: Fatally Flawed by Verna van Schaik

Fatally Flawed describes the journey from novice diver to World Record Holder for the deepest cave dive for a woman. However, the book is more...

Book Review: Goldfinder by Keith Jessop and Neil Hanson

It was hailed as “The Salvage of the Century”. A British consortium, with an international team of divers, working on the fringe of deep diving...

Book Review: Raising the Dead by Phillip Finch

Sometimes a dramatic story, coupled with a skilled and perceptive narrative can take us to another world. Raising the Dead, by Phillip Finch does just...

Book Review: Death in Dahab by Avi Bernstein

Death in Dahab, Avi Bernstein’s debut novel, has all the ingredients of a crime-based thriller: The drowning of a trainee scuba diver in mysterious circumstances...

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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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