'Dive Wimbledon' enjoys good match in Nuweiba

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0410 Dive Wimbledon nuweiba.jpgTwelve divers from Dive Wimbledon were recently given the usual warm welcome from Emperor Divers Nuweiba.  Some came for guided dives with the Emperor staff whilst others were here for PADI courses with Dive Wimbledon's first-rate instructors, Sophie Platteuw and Karen Curtis-Vincent.  By the end of the week there lots of new Open Water, Advanced Open Water, Rescue and Nitrox divers all sporting happy faces!

And it was a bit of a coup for Julie Tsui from Dive Wimbledon who not only completed her PADI Open Water course but also became Emperor Nuweiba's 7,000th new guest! 

0410 Jayakar's Seahorse at Magana.jpgAnother highlight of the week for a few lucky divers was the first appearance of the season for Jayakar's Seahorse in the seagrass at our Magana dive site (pic right).

All the team of Emperor Divers in Nuweiba has been proud to show this excellent group from Dive Wimbledon the calm, stress free and peaceful Nuweiba experience!

And you can see the full 'picture' at Dive Wimbleon's Facebook page. Search on 'Dive Wimbledon do Nuweiba! March 2010'

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