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Fitness & Health

Anyone with an average level of fitness and health can enjoy scube diving

However - some heart, breathing and lung problems (such as asthma) could rule out your participation.

Before enrolling onto a PADI training course you would need to complete the PADI Medical Questionaire and answer "YES" or "NO" to each question.

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Scuba Diving Centre Sharm El Sheikh

If you’re looking for a scuba diving centre in Sharm El Sheikh that goes to the top diving sites in the region, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve got daily boat diving trips to the best dive spots from our centres. So, where do we go? In a nutshell, everywhere is worth going. Our instructors know the waters like the back of their hand, so you’re in good company. Ras Mohamed National Park – perhaps the most famous place to dive in the Red Sea, is always on the menu and home to sites like Yolanda Reef, Shark Observatory and Ras Zatar.

Other local sites we can take you to include the Gardens, Temple and Jackfish Alley. Ras Umm Sid is a popular spot, too, and probably our favourite drift dive here in Sharm El Sheikh. It’s also a great place for less experienced or newly certified divers. If you’ve got some experience under your belt, our scuba diving centres in Sharm El Sheikh also run weekly excursions to SS Thistlegorm, the world’s most famous wreck dive and the lesser-known Dunraven wreck.

We don’t stop there, though. More adventurous types can travel to other resorts like Dahab, to dive its famous Blue Hole site. Or how about trying one of our night dives? Drifting under the waves after dark puts a whole new perspective on diving and the nocturnal marine life is out of this world. And if you’re looking for a scuba diving centre in Sharm El Sheikh that can take you to dive sites where sharks are regularly spotted, we can boat you out to places like Jackson Reef on the Straits of Tiran, which is well known for its summer sightings of Hammerhead sharks. Oceanic White Tips have been known to show up in Middle Garden, too.

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Why book with Ocean College?

  • Awards for our diving excellence.
  • Made-to-measure diving packages for groups.
  • Free transfers from any hotel in Sharm.
  • Dive the best sites with the most experienced & friendly instructors.
  • 10% discount online – on all dive packages and selected services.

Weather & Water Temps

The sun shines in the Red Sea 365 days a year with virtually no rain.

Depending on the time of year, the thermometer hovers between 24°C and 39°C and the water temperature is 22°C to 26°C – so diving is great year-round.

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