Deep Wreck Diving Week – A Few Places Remaining with Tekdeep Egypt

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“If only we could spend more time on this wreck” – This is the most common phrase we hear after a dive on the mighty Al Qamar Al Saudi Al Misr. Here at Tekdeep we believe in giving the people what they want. With this in mind we have a fantastic trip planned in April this year to spend a full week diving this awesome wreck.

Deck plan

The Al Qamar Al Saudi Al Misr was formerly known as the Trekroner and the Dana Corona and is a Roll On/Roll Off ferry which is located at 85m (around 65m to its shallowest point). There is so much to explore on this wreck that one or two dives just won’t do it.

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The Al Qamar on fire prior to sinking

Our April Trip will involve spending a full week at the wreck and this will give you the perfect opportunity to explore more than ever before.

The safari will be on our very own Technical Safari Boat, MV Legends from 8th April 2016 to 15th April 2016, leaving from Hurghada.

Trip includes full board accommodation on MV Legends, Soft Drinks, Tea & Coffee. We have good supplies of Helium and Sofnolime on board.

Trimix is provided on a “Pay What You Breathe” basis so you don’t pay for the gas in the stage cylinders unless you bail out. There is simply a €20.00 pumping fee for each cylinder. Sofnolime is €8.50 per kilo.

We have outstanding safety facilities on board, including a Deco Trapeze, Full First Aid Kit and we are possibly the only boat in the Red Sea with a defibrillator on board!

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Al Qamar Al Saudi Al Misr as the Dana Corona

Cost is ONLY €1000 per person including transfer from the airport to the boat and back.

We only have a few places remaining so don’t delay and reserve your place using the link below.

If you have any questions about the trip prior to booking, please do not hesitate to contact us.

RESERVE YOUR PLACE

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