Ras ElKhaima, Marjan Island, DoubleTree by Hilton Resort & Spa
DoubleTree by Hilton Resort & Spa Marjan Island
United Arab Emirates
25° 41' 20.2884" N, 55° 44' 18.4164" E
I am very proud to lead amazing group of 10 divers to dive against debris within Global Week of Service organized in DoubleTree by Hilton Resort & Spa in cooperation with PADI Regional Manager Teo Brambilla.
You are invited to our Annual PROJECT AWARE Clean-Up Weekend 20th & 21st September 2014. Come along and help us clean the lake and surrounding area, lots of fun for divers and non-divers, everyone can take part. There will be trade stands, Hog Roast and BBQ, massive raffle with prizes donated from our very kind suppliers including SUUNTO, Zoggs, Zone 3, TUSA, Scuba Travel and the prize list is growing daily! Raffle tickets are on sale at the lake up until Sunday 21st September when the winners will be drawn. Help us raise loads of money for Project
Pure Scuba will be hosting a clean up event at the main wharf (T Wharf) in Batemans Bay on Sunday the 14th of September as part of the Project Aware Debris month of action. This years event will be held in conjunction with the Eurobodalla Shire Council Marine Debris working group. We need divers and volunteers to help on the surface as well.
We will be meeting at the store at 10 am and are planning to put divers in the water around 12 pm on the slack tide if conditions permit.
As we go into a more rainy period of the year, we would like to take this opportunity to spend more time with everyone around us. To try and educate them in the effects of shark finning and also to put a light what is really happening around us.
Join us for this presenation on our boat. We will try to do the dives on those places we most often see the sharks. Then as we head back home, we will talk through todays sightings and the effects we humans have on them.
Coral Bud Planting... in association with the Boracay Association of Scuba Schools (B.A.S.S.) - dive for FREE!
Come and take part with this amazing opportunity to help us plant some healthy coral buds on some lifeless reef areas, to help bring dead reefs back to life, and give reef fish a new home to thrive on.... preceded by a short presentation on Coral Reef Conservation.