November 2013 Archives

New for you - SSI training gives you more choice

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Emperor now offers diving courses with the two biggest dive organisations in the world; SSI (Scuba Schools International) and PADI (Professional Association of Diving Instructors).

Having always offered PADI for diver training, Emperor Divers has now introduced dive courses with SSI; with all instructors now fully qualified to teach either discipline.

PADI - The Way the World Learns to Dive

There is very little difference between SSI and PADI as they both follow the diving standards set by the governing body - Recreational Scuba Training Council. Add to that the fact that certifications are interchangeable and it gives our guests a wider choice of which agency suits them best.

SSI offers extremely good value for money and we feel many guests will welcome the ability to choose whichever suits them best.

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New! Fury & Elphinstone route for Emperor Asmaa

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FURY & ELPHINSTONE from Marsa Ghalib Port

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Here's a new cruise combining two of the Red Sea greats - Elphinstone, where there's the chance to see some big stuff and Fury, where there are endless dive sites that are all tip-top quality.
This cruise starts with a very short sail to one of the sites near to Port Ghalib, perfect for your first check dive before heading off to sites further afield.

The M26 saga - differences in valves - be aware!

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An important read for all European divers travelling outside of Europe. Please read and share to all your diving friends with regards to the differences between the well known DIN 5/8's valves and the european M26 valves.

Click here to read the full report on Tekstreme...


Excuse us whilst we 'go the extra mile'

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We would like to share some wonderful 'bouquets' for our teams. It's not just the diving you've been so very pleased with - but also the delight that 'going the extra mile' can bring.

Our thanks to guests for sharing their feedback via independent review system Feefo. Well done all!


Another excellent dive trip to Marsa Alam. Excellent help and dive guiding from Berni Boody, Tracy, Micheala, and all the dive crews. Special praise should go to Berni and team, while out in dive boat one day a guest found he had left his vital medication in his hotel room, with help this was found, taken south by road, joined up with dive boat rib, taken out to dive boat and given to grateful owner, is that going the extra mile?

This was our first holiday diving in the Red Sea and we had a fantastic time. The Emperor Divers team were welcoming, knowledgable, patient, informative and fun! What more could you want? We would recommend them to everyone who wants a fantastic time diving in the Red Sea.

I am not a diver but I go out on the boat with my Husband. We have been to Marsa Alam a few times and have always used Emporer Divers. I have always been looked after and included in whatever is going on the food is excellent and the whole crew really look after you and genuinely care that you are having a good holiday. I have been on other boats in Egypt with my Husband where I have not received this treatment and have been made to feel uncomfortable just because I don't dive. My Husband thinks very highly of the team and so do I. I would highly recommend them time and time again and we will definitely be goin back.

The team, from the guides, backroom staff, drivers and helpers were all exceptionally helpful, professional and friendly. I left my bag with passport and tickets on the bus which took us to the airport and the driver found it and returned it to us. He rushed away and wouldn't take any tip for his effort. Great team. Will return again and would recommend to anyone.



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