Dive Point Red Sea

Overview

When you want more than just a holiday, come to Dive Point Red Sea. The choice is yours. We are convinced we have every opportunity to give you the holiday you want and deserve. Make your next trip, your best ever! 1992 saw the establishment of the location where thousands have learned to dive or taken the life changing step towards becoming a diving professional, and where hundreds return regularly to enjoy the highest quality of service and the attention of dedicated staff, Dive Point Red Sea. Wherever you are staying in Hurghada and Sahl Hasheesh, we can offer our services to you with FREE transfers from all the hotels. Transfers from the Makadi Bay area are available as well for a nominal daily charge. No matter if you would like to go for daily dive or snorkelling trips onboard our own spacious boats, to one of the more than 60 fabulous snorkel & dive sites around Hurghada, or want to become a diver or a diving instructor or would like to explore the deeper areas with Trimix & CCRs – we offer it all! The complete range of PADI (Recreational and Technical Diving), DAN, IART, IANTD, TDI & RAID courses is available from introductory levels up to Instructor qualifications. Our dedicated and service oriented staff team is the most experienced in the training of PADI Professionals in the Red Sea, consisting of 3 PADI Course Directors and 6 IDC Staff and Master Instructors working fulltime in the field of Instructor training. One example of our continuously developing customer service is the large investment we made in a Nitrox membrane system. The safety of our guests is our major priority and for this reason all Nitrox certified divers, receive SINCE 2001 Nitrox 32 FOR FREE in our dive centers! As a TDI training facility offering also PADI, IART, IANTD & RAID training up to Advanced Trimix Diver we are in the same time THE experts for rebreather diving in Hurghada! Ambient Pressure Inspiration & Evolution, JJ-CCR, Hollis Explorer & Prism2, Poseidon Se7en & ISC Megalodon Rebreathers are available in our rental department including spare parts & service facilities. We have an extensive stock of technical diving rental equipment, a gas filling station with Helium and Oxygen fills up to 250 bar, everything you could possibly want. Top quality storage and cleaning facilities for guest equipment are right in the diving centre as well as toilets and fresh water showers. A complete workshop with trained technicians offers the chance of equipment fixing and servicing. The setup is completed by a full dive store, which offers diving equipment for sale and in the middle of the centre is the “50 BAR Safety Stop” Tiki Bar for the time in between or after dives. All facilities have been planned and constructed by us! As PADI 5 Star Career Development Centers and 5 Star IDC Centers respectively we are able to offer a large variety of services and activities for divers, future divers and non-divers alike.






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Details

Arrival Time Morning Dive 8:00 AM
Gear Cleaning Place to Clean Gear
Transportation Not Available
On-Site Parking Available
Water Temperature 70°F-80°F | 21°C-27°C

Dive Types

These scuba adventures take divers out on a boat to reach their diving destination. It is recommended that divers are comfortable taking a giant stride or a back roll entrance into the water.
This type of dive will take a diver deeper than 18 meters (59 feet), and most will go to 30 meters (98 feet) or more beneath the surface. There is unique marine life at great depths that can only be seen on deep dives.
A night dive offers the chance to experience marine life that can only be seen in the dark. Rocks and colors appear more vivid and even familiar spots become mysterious.
This type of dive goes to shipwrecks or plane wrecks so that divers can explore the thriving ecosystems that have developed in these fascinating underwater museums.

Location

Contact Info

Address
Anemone Beach Old Sheraton Road, Red Sea Governorate 84511, Egypt

Shop Hours

  • Everyday: 8:00 AM - 6:30 PM

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    A night dive offers the chance to experience marine life that can only be seen in the dark. Rocks and colors appear more vivid and even familiar spots become mysterious.
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