Red Sea Research, new courses and programs.
We have streamlined our courses and specialty programs for 2014, to make them more affordable, interactive, and interchangeable. Our new range of courses include:
Red Sea Environmental Awareness course : 3 hour. : €25.00. A must for all regular visitors to the Red sea.
Full time courses:
Eco Diver 4 day course : From €195.00.
Advanced Eco Diver, (Referral, must be Eco Diver) 6 day course : From €230.00.
Advanced Eco Diver, 10 day course : From €410.00.
Research Diver, 28 day course : From €1010.00.
Gap Year Research diver course …
Red Sea Research has joined with the Desert Research Center, Habiba organic village, Mt saint Katherine environmental centre, Clay is the way natural building UK, and Marine Environmental Conservation and Research UK; to develop a sustainable community in Sinai, using recycled and traditional building methods, alternative power and sustainable agriculture. Recycling as much as possible.
We will be combining marine and terrestrial research to benefit local communities by introducing sustainable building and agricultural methods with alternative power sources. We will also be researching several marine topics such as coral propagation, reef …
Some days are just without words … enjoy the beautiful pictures of the Hawksbill Turtles you’ll find at dive-hive.com. That’ll give you a reason protect the ocean as much as possible!
Due to the formation of the reefs in Dahab many popular dive sites required divers to walk over the reef table to reach entry points to these sites, …
This was the first buoyancy challenge by RED SEA RESEARCH. It raised 1100 egyptian pounds that will be used for local projects.
The ten-year Census for Marine Life is about to unveil its final results. But how deep did the $650-million project go?
Let’s face it, we can never see too many stories about male animals that gestate their young and give birth.
Between 20 April and 15 July, BP’s busted Macondo well released some 4.9 million barrels of oil into the Gulf of Mexico.
Human activities, climate change and the invasion of alien species are threatening the rich marine life of the Mediterranean Sea more so than any other sea or ocean, …
For the first time, scientists have linked mild water temperatures during the preceding winter period with outbreaks of coral diseases on Australia’s Great Barrier Reef.