Red Sea

DIVE’s Big Shot Cephalopods photo competition

DIVE’s Big Shot Cephalopods photo competition

Enter DIVE's Big Shot Cephalopods underwater photography competition to win an Aggressor Adventures Red Sea liveaboard trip
Featured Photographer – Jan Leya

Featured Photographer – Jan Leya

A great portfolio from the Red Sea and Indonesia by Nat Geo Germany's award-winning newcomer and Greenpeace photographer, Jan Leya
UN operation to remove oil from decaying Yemeni tanker

UN operation to remove oil from decaying Yemeni tanker

A UN operation to remove 1 million barrels of oil from the rusting FSO Safer, moored of Yemen, is currently underway, according to reports
Three dead in Red Sea liveaboard MV Hurricane fire

Three dead in Red Sea liveaboard MV Hurricane fire

Three British divers have died after fire broke out onboard the MV Hurricane liveaboard near Elphinstone Reef. 26 people were been rescued
Featured Photographer: Sean Chinn

Featured Photographer: Sean Chinn

ByDIVE StaffMar 28, 2023
Sean is an underwater and topside photographer based in Birmingham, UK, with a passion for travelling the world and capturing the beauty of its wildlife
Alone on the Thistlegorm

Alone on the Thistlegorm

ByDIVE ContributorsDec 26, 2022
Karin Engström and Alex Dawson took a rare opportunity to dive the iconic Red Sea Second World War wreck of the SS Thistlegorm undisturbed
Model divers – on a mission to digitise Red Sea wrecks

Model divers – on a mission to digitise Red Sea wrecks

Holger and Nicola Buss are divers on a mission to map and digitise every wreck they dive to create 3D-printed scale model replicas
Johann Vifian diving in Sahl Hasheesh

No stupid rules – diving with Red Sea pioneer Johann Vifian

ByGraeme GourlayJul 7, 2022
Johann Vifian founded Subex in the Red Sea more than 30 years ago. We went diving with him in Salh Hasheesh
10 best places for dolphins featured

10 best places to swim with dolphins

Dolphins are some of the best-loved animals in the oceans, here's 10 of the best places to encounter dolphins in their natural environment
Time is running out for decaying Yemeni tanker

Time is running out for decaying Yemeni tanker

The remains of an abandoned oil tanker off the coast of Yemen is threatening to leak more than 1 million barrels of oil into the water.
Featured Photographer: Christian Horras

Featured Photographer: Christian Horras

ByDIVE StaffMar 7, 2020
Christian is an underwater photographer from Germany. He has always been fascinated by the beautiful, rich colors of coral reefs and admired underwater pictures from the first time he saw them.