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Apr. 03/15
Red Sea Diving Safari Wadi Lahami
Wadi Lahami
Marsa Alam

Tanking advantage of these beautiful sunny days with very low wind, RSDS Wadi Lahami team decided to make an underwater and magrove area clean up inviting all the guests in house to participate and help to keep our environement clean and healthy!

All the participants will receive our RSDS digital certificate of appreciation in reward for the great effort they make.


Sep. 27/14
Råå Aqua Resort
Råå Vallar Kustgatan
Råå 25270
56° 0' 12.2148" N, 12° 43' 45.6312" E

Sep. 30/14

As Debris Month of Action comes to an end, I thought I’d take the opportunity to catch up with one of our first Dive Against Debris Distinctive Specialty Instructors who has taught the course.

Jul. 30/14

September is Project AWARE’s Debris Month of Action – a time when thousands of scuba divers around the world unite and take action against marine debris – the ocean’s silent killer. But don’t think of it as just a one-time dive to take out the trash. It’s so much more than that. It’s a rallying cry. A rumble, if you will, with one of the biggest ocean issues of our time – marine debris.

Aug. 21/13

Here at Project AWARE, we like to call marine debris the “silent killer” – the trash from our everday lives that smothers ocean environments, ensnares and chokes marine species. Les Stroud, or the godfather of survival TV, is used to the silence and the sight of of debris from his professional career as the TV hit series Survivorman.