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Trips & Holidays

2nd - 9th April 2016 


 ThistlegormRed Sea Liveaboard

Totally wrecked delivers iconic Red sea wreck dives day after day!  Dive the Giannis D and Carnatic at the start of your week.  Revel in the beauty of the Ulysses, Dunraven and Kingston.  Probe the holds of the famous Thistelgorm or marvel in the beauty of the Rosalie Moller.  These wrecks are guaranteed to make you smile.  And yet there is so much more to discover.  The Totally Wrecked itinerary spends time exploring the wrecks of Safaga.  The Salem Express is perhaps them most well known but have you dived the el Tour el Arish yet?  Or what about the el Kafain?  These wrecks have only opened to divers in recent times and you can still find artefacts strewn all over them.  Let's not forget too the Hebat Allah. See for yourself how this purpose sunk wreck is becoming a part of Egypt's vibrant reef system, home to all manner of marine life.   Round off the trip with dives at the stunning Yolanda reef, covered in debris from the Yolanda wreck, as well as the curious tanks at Ras Pieter. 

Everyone is welcome on the totally wrecked itinerary and it is packed with recreational depth wrecks.  However the Rosalie Moller and Hebat Allah are deeper wrecks and best suited to technical divers.  Just remember to let us know at the time of booking if you will require tanks or gases to support open or closed circuit technical diving.  Totally Wrecked will take you on a voyage of discovery, from 19th century shippping, through the Second World War and right up to modern day.

An awsome itenery and we will be on board Whirlwind, Liveaboard of the Year with a great crew and fabulous food.

There will also be time to do any courses, this is an ideal itinerary for Wreck, Drift, Deep and Advanced courses amongst others.  Just ask and we can plan them into your holiday without spoiling your dive time.

£250 deposit secures your place.  Total price is only £1175  If you need kit no problem we can do you a deal on rental, if you have any questions just get in touch. Non-divers are also welcome.



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