Luke Atkinson's Seminar at the Dive Show "...ready for rotten fruit."

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"Spectacular South Red Sea –
big animals in Marsa and the virgin reefs of Hamata"

Ocean Theatre 2

Luke Atkinson"Focusing on my almost-six years' experience of working and diving in the South Red Sea, this talk will look at both the land based and daily diving perspective. Great graphics will lead the way, with lots of photos of the kinds of big animals you can encounter in my hometown of Marsa Alam, and of the amazing reefs and wrecks of our newest centre down in the deep South of Hamata.

There will be some short videos, anecdotes and a lot of information on how to get here, when to come and where to stay in order to get the best Red Sea hotel based holiday possible. I hope plenty of Emperor guests will show up, with or without rotten fruit and witty heckles, to reminisce about great encounters, learn more about the next trip with us, or simply to take the mickey!

In case that's not enough incentive, there will also be Emperor freebies including all the pictures from the presentation so you can use them to tempt dive buddies to holiday with you – or just to pretty up your PC screensaver.

There's also a digital voucher for a FREE DIVE on your next trip - and you can share it with your Facebook friends.

Oh, and I fully intend to run over the half hour because blue o two are on straight after and you'd rather listen to me, right?"

A small selection of Luke's photos...

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