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Eilat Red Sea Celebrates its 10th Anniversary with a New Guinness Record!

Press releases |  
Meet people, dive, photograph fish & models, party all night long and perhaps even win some valuable prizes, including a $10,000 check for the first prize!

Heracleion - the lost Egyptian city revealed after 1,200 years

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The lost city found underwater in the Mediterranean Sea is set to be revealed next week in a special television documentary.

Mysterious monument found in Sea of Galilee

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A monumental stone structure discovered beneath the waters of the Sea of Galilee in Israel has archaeologists puzzled.

Diving the Dead Sea

X-Ray Magazine article |  
Having dived in plenty of spots around the world, I am always on the lookout for an unusual destination with unusual dives. It goes without saying that diving in the Dead Sea is not commonly found on the list of classic dives, and that’s what attracted me to it. The inland sea is located 425 meters below sea level. It is the deepest place on Earth.
47 - Mar 2012 | The Dead Sea


X-Ray Magazine article |  
The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan is just soaked in this special ambience that dreams and adventures are made of—the air scented with traces of spices, desert flowers, charcoal and tobacco smoke from the water pipes and where the past and the present seamlessly weave together. It’s a mystic place that seems to exist in a time and dimension of its own. Relaxed, exciting and always intriguing, Jordan is a true getaway, yet also a place that plays with all six senses.
12 - Aug 2006 | Jordan

Rare Pacific whale spotted off Israeli coast

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First ever sighting of a gray whale in Israeli waters is one for the record books.

Shark-filled aquarium in Dubai cracks open

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An aquarium and a shopping mall in Dubai have been evacuated after water leaked from a massive tank holding hundreds of sharks.

Coral growth back at Nakheel's Palm projects

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Research at Nakheel's projects has already revealed: The development of diverse fish and invertebrate communities along the rocky breakwaters that surround Nakheel projects.
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