January 2009 Archives

New Tek safaris 2009

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They're becoming increasingly popular!

teccavesm.jpgMore and more requests are being made for Tek safaris from individuals as well as groups. Of course, we have listened and are offering dedicated Tek safaris this year.

For more details contact Stephie at info.safaris@emperordivers.com or aaron@emperordivers.com

Check your spam filter - you could be missing out

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If you have signed up for our info-loaded newsletter, please check that it isn't ending up in your Spam filter. 

Be sure to put it on your allowed list so that you can receive the latest news on what's happening in your Red Sea including diving articles, special offers, liveaboard upgrades and a whole lot more.

Thanks!

Elite upgrades to Platinum Class liveaboard

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... with free wine, free films and mini bar!


During her recent dry-dock, Emperor Elite has achieved a new status from Gold Class to a Platinum Class liveaboard.

She will be the first of the Fleet to offer guests the following perks:

  • Free wine with dinner 
  • Media player in every cabin (choose from over 100 movies)
  • Mini bar in each cabin
  • Computer to burn photos or videos onto CD/DVD

At 38 metres she comfortably takes 20 guests in 9 twin-berth cabins and a double master suite all with ensuite, air conditioning and two towels per guest. She has three sundecks, dive deck with platform, jacuzzi, two air-conditioned salons and air-conditioned dining room. She truly is a spacious vessel complete with all the diving and safety equipment including two large RIBs with outboards.

Book today for her first trip out since a fabulous facelift...

30 Jan - 06 Feb on the Classic Cruise route from Hurghada
Just £620.10 (and that now includes all Marine Park and port departure fees)

Hurry though, there are only NINE places left!

email: info.safaris@emperordivers.com or book online here.

Blow-dry your dust cap without using your tank

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Report by dive guide, Daniele Zanoni

Ear damage

The human ear is capable of hearing sounds in the range of 20Hz and 20KHz. In the inner ear, inside the cochlea, there are several microscopic hair cells. These cells respond to mechanical sound vibrations by sending electrical impulses to the auditory nerve. The brain then processes the information and lets us "hear" the sound. Different cells are responsible for different frequencies. Over time, a part of these cells may get damaged or broken. If the damage is extensive, which means involving a large number of hair cells, hearing loss will result. The high frequency area of the inner ear is the one that is most often damaged by loud sound. In order to understand what loud means, we have to set up a scale and a threshold after which the noise/sound will become dangerous. Sound level is measured in decibels (dB). This number will tell you, in a way, how bigger the sound is compared to the threshold of perception of an average human (0 dB) and it is expressed in a logarithmic scale.

Beat the credit crunch - visit Euro-free Red Sea

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In the face of an unforgiving Euro exchange rate, Egypt is one of the top destinations that will be really popular, according to Responsible Travel.

Help your money go further by taking a week's day diving holiday or a week's liveaboard safari with Emperor Divers to have that all important break at affordable prices?

Have a look at the Special Offers available here or email reservations for some good sound advice and information on reservations@emperordivers.com.

We look forward to greeting you!

Visit Sharm's new home

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Bay View Hotel New Pool sm.JPGSharm takes 'New Year, New Start' seriously and moves home!

Manager Duncan McAllister reports...

Out with the old, in with the new...

so, when the Rosetta Hotel said they wanted to build a shopping mall and could we move quickly, we did exactly that!

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With superb support from all the staff, in just four weeks we moved an operational dive centre over the busy Christmas and New Year period. We are now located in our cosy new home at the Bay View Hotel in the centre of Naama Bay. It's a great facility with two bigger classrooms than before, a much better training pool built specifically for modern diving, larger toilet facilities, three bars (one pool side) and a hotel management team who can't wait to welcome you.

Bay View roof terrace night 181208Dsc_sm_0494.jpg

Specific mention must go to Steve Kehoe who went from dive instructor back to being a chippie; Keith who left his precious beach and became our all round handy man and Donna and Denis our resident painters and decorators.

Visit our website for great new offers at Bay View Hotel and here are some photos of our new home where we look forward to welcoming you.

Take advantage of Sharm's Super Moving Offers - check it out here

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