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Mark Milburn’s Cornish Wreck Ramblings, Part 12: Tidal Estuaries

Another instalment of Mark Milburn’s Cornish Wreck Ramblings… Around Falmouth, we have two tidal estuaries and the biggest is the Carrick Roads. It is the...

Mark Milburn’s Cornish Wreck Ramblings, Part 11: The Burnside

Mark Milburn’s Cornish Wreck Ramblings are back! This week: The mystery of the Burnside… Locally the name “Burnside”, has caused arguments in families and cost...

Mark Milburn’s Cornish Wreck Ramblings, Part 10: Ancient Times

Cornwall is well known for its tin mining industry; the iconic engine houses can still be seen around the countryside. It is an ancient industry,...

Mark Milburn’s Cornish Wreck Ramblings, Part 9: ‘Thar be gold!

There are always stories of lost gold, ships or planes carrying gold, lost at sea and never found. Some are just stories, some are not....

What if the Dive Industry could work together to produce a TV programme?

What if the Dive Industry could work together to produce a TV programme? This could work in every country and would generate a lot of...

WWII bomb discovery in Falmouth Bay: The Full Story (Watch Video)

While diving around Falmouth Bay recently, looking for the old WWII degaussing field I had seen before, I came across what I thought was a...

Mark Milburn’s Cornish Wreck Ramblings, Part 8: The digital age

As an early adopter of the internet, I have watched it grow over time and the last twenty years has seen it expand exponentially. Yet,...

Mark Milburn’s Cornish Wreck Ramblings, Part 7: Just an average day at the dive centre

There is no such thing as a typical day at our dive centre. This day started off in a usual way, checking emails, sorting out...

Volunteer divers and fisherman team up to release trapped marine life off Cornish coast

This group of divers led by Mark Milburn from Atlantic Scuba certainly got more than they bargained for this week! What started as a trip...

Mark Milburn’s Cornish Wreck Ramblings, Part 6: Flotsam, Jetsam and as far as you could see a barrel

Wrecks happen, they always have, especially along an exposed coastline like the one around Cornwall. Many have heard the stories about the wreckers; were there...

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Sharks Bay Umbi Diving Village is a Bedouin-owned resort with stunning views and a lovely private beach. It is ideal for divers as everything is onsite including the resort's jetty, dive centre and house reef. The warm hospitality makes for a diving holiday like no other. There is an excellent seafood restaurent and beach bar onsite, and with the enormous diversity of the Sharm El Sheikh dive sites and the surrounding areas of the South Sinai, there really is something for every level of diver to enjoy.

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