Worldwide Dive Trips
2017 – Malta: Wreck Special
2018 – Red Sea: Northern Wrecks & Reefs
An ideal itinerary for those new to scuba diving or the Red Sea, allowing you to experience the variety of world famous wrecks and pristine reefs. This classic itinerary allows you to take in iconic wrecks and stunning reefs across the northern Red Sea! Probably the most famous of the Red Sea wrecks.
2018 – Red Sea Best Of Wrecks
Provides a week of heavy metal for divers who love wrecks. This itinerary follows a North and Brothers route and gives divers the opportunity to explore many of the famous Red Sea wrecks. This classic itinerary takes in iconic wrecks and stunning reefs across the northern Red Sea!
2018 – Red Sea: Simply The Best
Taking in the world-famous marine parks at Brothers and Daedalus, this thrilling itinerary of spectacular drop-offs is perfect for divers keen to glimpse some big animals at these remote off-shore reefs.
2019 – Maldives: Pelagic Encounters
This itinerary travels further south with the purpose of seeking out the larger pelagics. More channel diving is offered to maximise your chances of ‘big fish’ encounters and manta cleaning stations are also visited.
2020 – Galapagos: Hammer Time
The Galápagos Islands are an Ecuadorian archipelago of volcanic islands straddling the equator about 970 km west of continental Ecuador. The Galapagos are a UNESCO World Heritage site, an official Ecuadorian province, an Ecuadorian National Park as well as a biological marine reserve.