Shaab Abu Nuhas Reef

This submerged reef has brought passing ships more than a fair share of bad luck. There are 5 cargo shipwrecks now lying off its northern slopes so if you enjoy wreck diving then this part of the Red Sea is for you

Thistlegorm wreck

on the west coast of the Sinai Peninsula and 40 km from Sharm El Sheikh, is the best known and most popular wreck dive in the Red Sea. The 125m long British army freighter sank after just 18 months of her launch in April 1940.

Brothers Islands

One of the most amazing scuba dives, not only in the Southern section but the whole of the Red Sea, the Brothers Islands are quite isolated and thus a delicacy to be savoured by the privileged few. They are barely visible and easy to miss, save for the Victorian stone lighthouse

MV Salem Express

There is an undeniable eeriness to diving a wreck where the human tragedy is so evident. Lying on the sea floor are everyday personal items such as a handbag, a briefcase, a child’s tricycle

Betel GUESER Liveaboard 360

Upcoming Liveaboard:

Hello Diving Family

We hope you enjoyed your previous dives with us! We want to bring you another successful diving experience. We have some great offers coming up this year and we would love to share them with you.
We are excited to announce our liveaboard trips this year! We have a trip starting on the 15th October to 22nd October to South of Red Sea our trip starting from hurghada to hurghada, and our trip are 7 days and 6 nights and include accommodation, transport to and from the airport.
Join us and blow some more bubbles with our Southern Red Sea trip on October 15th.The trip includes 2 night dives and all national park fees.
The south is described as our ‘adrenaline pumping trip’ as it includes diving with sharks. Check out the links below to see all the dive sites we will visit.

Brothers Islands

Daedalus Reef

elphinstone Reefs

MV Salem Express

(All planning depends on weather conditions)
We understand that some of our divers are Open Water; this is why we are offering a great discount on PADI Advanced Open Water courses while on our liveaboard trip. The advanced course only costs an additional 150 EUROS.
our safari trip is only 1200 Euros.Equipment rental cost is 140 Euro for the full duration of the trip.( Tips, visa and alcohol are not included.)
All you need to book one of these amazing trips is a copy of your passport and a deposit of 50% to reserve your place now. The remaining is paid on arrival on the boat. Book your place now as spaces are limited.
We look forward to diving with you again and as usual we aim to offer the highest quality of professionalism to all our guests.
Diving Star


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