One week in the red sea

I think its safe to say that everyone onboard the Juliet this week has had a fantastic week. Four dives were on offer every day including drifts, walls, reefs, wrecks, night dives and hammerhead hunting. We have spotted turtles, white tip reef sharks, all sorts of coral and lots of rusty metal. Mike even managed to find himself an air pocket inside the deepest recesses of the engine room of the Giannis D, unfortunately for Mike it turned out to be full of oil!
We were lucky enough to do three dives on the Thistlegorm. First a dive inside the holds to have a look at the rifles, motorbikes, jeeps etc. followed by a night dive and then outside the wreck the following morning to see the locomotives, guns and shells.
Mohammed, our guide, gave a thorough briefing before each dive, the crew were always on hand to help us kit up and provided excellent surface cover – as soon as we surfaced they were there waiting. The chef has insured that we have all been very well fed this week, providing an impressive selection of food after each dive.
Tomorrow night we fly home, but before then we’ve still got half a fridge of beer to get through..
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One comment on “One week in the red sea
  1. Annette says:

    Sounds like hell!