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The Movenpick Resort
El-Quseir is about 130kms from Hurghada so it’s a one and a half hour transfer; however it’s well worth the trip. The Movenpick Hotel is as you would expect, well run, excellent choice of food and friendly staff. The hotel has 250 rooms set in clusters with high domed ceilings built in traditional Nubian style. [...] Read More
THE FIRST SCUBA KNIFE?

This knife was manufactured about 1960 and some called it the ‘stilleto’ overall length of 11 inches with a stainless steel blade one sharp edge and one serrated. The sheath is die cast aluminium with a black rubber handle. When first purched the price tag was £2 and some pence. But that has not lasted […]

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DDI COURSE DIVELINE
DDI Course

Diveline are proud to announce that we are hosting another DDI ( Disabled Divers International ) Instructors course here at Diveline’s shop on 9/10th October. The course will be delivered by Mark Slingo, assisted by Carol Bickers. Please let either Mark, Carol or us know if you are interested in attending. Click HERE to download […]

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Dive Luggage
I recently flew into this country from Egypt and the security was very tight and very Egyptian. The first check we encountered was a full x-ray scan of everything, hand luggage, hold luggage, belts shoes the lot. We then walked through a metal detector and had a full pat down search. So far so good, [...] Read More
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Lowestoft Air Show 2002

In August 2002 at the Lowestoft Air Show which attracts up to 400,000 visitors while watching a display by a RAF GR7 Harrier jump jet flown by Flight Lieutenant Tony Cann the aircraft suddenly seemed to drop, the pilot ejected and the GR7 crashed into the sea. That night I watched it on the television, […]

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