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Friday
02
NOV

Red Sea Shark Safari

23:00
02:00
Insider Divers
Event organized by Insider Divers

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ITINERARY
Want to get close and personal with sharks - this is the trip for you. The crystal clear blue waters of the red sea are home to man species of sharks. Our itinerary is specially crafted to maximise shark time.

THE DIVING
Our route will take us to the offshore reefs of Brothers Islands, Daedalus and Elphinestone Reef. HAround these sea mounts Hammerhead sharks and reef sharks can be seen partolling. As only place in all of Indian and Pacific Ocean, pelagic Oceanic White tips are seen here on a regular basis. In 2017 we had 5 different interactions. On brothers island there are several deep sea cleaning stations for thresher sharks, that can be seen in the clear blue waters.

SPECIAL GUEST - ANDY CORNISH
Dr Andy Cornish, Leader of the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) Shark & Ray Initiative, will join our Red Sea Shark Expedition this November. During the trip he will give talks on global shark conservation and outline some of the WWF' s projects around sharks.
Also on board will be Dr Elke Bojanofski who heads the Project Shark project at Blue o Two and founded http://www.redseasharks.org/. She is the local expert on sharks and will share her amazing knowledge with us.
Your tour guide Simon Lorenz will host small photography workshops on shark photography and digital editing, so you bring the best possible trophies back home.

THE BOAT
Traveling in style on the Blue MELODY, one of the best live aboards of the Red Sea, we will be enjoying our topside time as much as our diving. this boat belongs to the same group that also owns Siren and Master fleet, so great service and amazing catering is guaranteed. Check out our boat here
http://www.blueotwo.com/Liveaboards-Egypt-MY-blue-Melody

More information here www.insiderdivers.com/redsea or email simon@insiderdivers.com