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Our Projects

Diving is so much more than putting on your fins and swimming about for an hour looking at fish!

At Blue Realm, we believe diving comes with a responsibility to the Ocean, it’s Reefs and it’s inhabitants and must be treated with the respect it deserves.

We are proud to be members of the Project Aware Dive Against Debris Community and feel the message is very much part of our ethos and how we conduct our diving activities. We have been passionate advocates of Marine conservation and protection in the Red Sea for many years.

Khaled has played a huge part in the local marine conservation of the local area and has tirelessly pursued the conversation and the changes regarding more sustainable fishing methods and their co-existence with the environment.

Blue Realm will be offering Dive Against Debris Dives so every diver who dives the Red Sea can get involved and help to do their bit for the environment, So please keep a lookout on our website and Facebook page for details.

As you are aware, single use plastic is one of the biggest ecological threats of our time and we invite any established experienced divers to join us in the endless clean up of our oceans.

For more information about Project Aware / Dive Agains Debris

 

 https://projectaware.org/diveagainstdebris

For your Dive Against Debris ID Guide and Survey Guide and Data Card:

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Project AWARE

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Dive site cleanups 

For every 4 dives you book with us, we will give you 1 free dive to help us clean up our House Reef and help keep our ocean healthy for your next visit.

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We ask that you be an Advanced Open Water Diver with a minimum 30 logged dives.

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