We have enjoyed a fantastic week exploring the most remote areas of the Egyptian Red Sea, heading to the pristine reefs of Saint John's.

Our group of adventurers has had the privilege of swimming among dozens of dolphins in Sataya Bay. They have immersed themselves in the spectacular Sha'ab Claudio caves, a unique labyrinth of passageways and backlights, and have dived in some of the best preserved reefs in the world, full of color and marine life.

Together, we have experienced unique moments on board, such as the Ibizan party to celebrate the 500th and 600th dives of two divers in the group, supported by friends who came from different points of the peninsula.

With our batteries already recharged, we set out on our last southern route of the year, heading to the Brothers, Daedalus and Elphinstone reefs.

If you want to be one of the lucky ones who will join us on these special departures from Hurghada next year, keep an eye on our calendar, since in some cases, there are very few places left. Who does not run ... it's becaus it's flying!
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