Sheikh Coast Diving Center offers you all the ground staff, who will move your equipment from the boast to the diving center.Unlike all other diving Centers in Sharm el-Sheikh, the departure takes place directly from the resort. This will avoid wasting time and queuing at the Main City port: you will be immediately at your destination, the island of Tiran with all its dive sites. All boats are equipped with on board radio, first aid kit, oxygen and food service already included in the price of packages.
The Diving Centre uses compressor Bauer 2 K180, has over 200 tanks and 200 stainless steel, aluminum DIN-INT- of 15, 12 and 10 liters for use in air or Nitrox, 100 complete sets of diving equipment, 500 complete sets of snorkeling equipment, dry and wet suites for courses and diving in the cooler months of the year. You will have a wide choice of immersion programs depending on your needs and abilities, always with the possibility to participate in all recreational and technical courses, to professional courses as a dive-master and instructor.
THE diving instructors CMAS uses, NASE, PADI and SSI. Among the activities: diving courses (3 days) intro-dive diving courses (one hour), scubadiver (two days) openwater (three or three and a half days), advanced (two days, both by land and boat), specialty courses (one day), Nitrox, Night, Wreck, Deep Diving, Medic first-aid, MEP Marine Ecology Program (5 days), Rescue (two days), technical dives (3 days) Divemaster (12 days) and instructor course (4 days) with on-site assessment (two days). After each course is issued a patent internationally recognized.
Are Available Diving excursions into the most beautiful dive sites in the north of the Red Sea, from the canyons of Dahab, to the Reef of Tiran, to the channel of Gubal to discover the surreal wreck of the Rosaly Muller and the Thistegorm, to the classic marine park of Ras Mohammed.
To pay for the services are accepted Visa and Mastercard.
You will also be asked to sign a series of simple behavior and safety rules that arise from the need to preserve an environment that has formed due to particular climatic conditions over thousands of years.