Have you ever wondered what it would be like to see the depths beyond 100m? Not many divers are able to experience it but you now have a unique opportunity to do this and more with the help of Ahmed Gabr and Divers’ Lodge, Hurghada, Red Sea.
Ahmed Gabr is the current Guinness World Record Holder for World’s Deepest Dive at 332.4m, which he set on 18th September 2014 in Dahab, Red Sea, Egypt. Ahmed topped the previous record set by Nuno Gomez in 2005 of 318.25m
Since then Ahmed went on to organize the World’s Largest Underwater Clean Up, again in the Red Sea at the Hilton Plaza Hotel, where 614 divers collected rubbish from the sea bed. This also earned a Guinness World Record for divers in Egypt.
Divers’ Lodge, based in Hurghada, at the Mövenpick Resort are one of the old technical diving facilities in the Red Sea and helped pioneer some the deeper diving disciplines that are available in Egypt. They have now partnered with Ahmed Gabr to offer 2 amazing Deep Diving Masterclasses – Learning to dive 150m and learning to dive 200m!
If you really want to experience depth you can learn more on the Divers’ Lodge website at http://www.divers-lodge.com/technical-diving-hurghada/150m-200m-masterclass/
You can also learn more about Ahmed Gabr at http://www.ahmedgabr.com