Camel Dive Club & Hotel
Centre of Na'ama Bay
Sharm El Sheikh
South Sinai, Egypt
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Camel Bar renovation on target

Camel Bar renovation on targetWe’re pleased to report that the work on refurbishing and extending Camel Bar is nearly complete. The new-look, larger Camel Bar, is due to reopen in early June, just in time for the World Cup. Locals, regular guests and visitors will be able to relax in a larger and more comfortable and modern seating area, with super-efficient air conditioning, LCD screens for satellite sports, and a state-of-the-art sound system. We’ll be launching with an expanded programme of live bands and sport, and an updated food and drinks menu. Stay in touch for more news of the opening date.

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04.05.10

Support “Capture the Catcher”

Support “Capture the Catcher”We are supporting “Capture the Catcher”, a campaign to eliminate illegal fishing in the Red Sea, which has been launched by Egypt’s Chamber of Diving and Watersports (CDWS). The campaign calls on visitors who witness fishing in restricted areas, or see evidence such as lines or nets, to capture this on camera and submit their pictures to the CDWS. A report of all the evidence collected, will be submitted to the Egyptian government calling for action against illegal fishing and bringing this issue to the attention of decision-makers.

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01.05.10

Desert Clean-Up

Desert Clean-UpOn 17 April our instructors Cath and Julz, plus guests Chloe Hughes, Nick Pinnock and Spiderman joined a desert clean-up organized by local group Clean Sharm. They joined almost 150 residents, guests and staff from local hotels and dive centres who had volunteered for the event. The clean-up took place in the desert behind the Rowayset district of Sharm El Sheikh. Collecting rubbish is important in this area, since it lies between the mountains and the sandy plain leading to Naama Bay, so rubbish is easily blown into the sea by desert winds. Well done to everyone who particpated. Thanks to Chloe for this picture.

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18.04.10

Giant Mantas in Sharm El Sheikh

Giant Mantas in Sharm El SheikhSince early April our luckiest divers have reported seeing Giant Manta Rays (Manta birostris) several times per week along the coast of Sharm El Sheikh. Giant Manta Rays are distinguished from Reef Mantas by a lump behind their tail fin, and the location of their belly markings. The Giant Mantas have been spotted mainly in the Gardens, but also in Ras Mohammed National Park. In nearly all cases, our divers have seen them either at, or very close to, the surface. They seem to be feeding on the many (non-stinging) jellyfish which appear every Spring. Cath, who witnessed three Giant Mantas feeding on jellyfish at Fiddle Garden, likened this activity to ‘scooping up Jelly Baby sweets’! Thanks to Chloe Hughes for this picture. For more info about Mantas see the Marine Megafauna website.

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17.04.10

Three awards for our achievements in 2009

Three awards for our achievements in 2009During March we received no fewer than three awards recognizing our achievements in 2009. Terry Johnson, area manager for PADI International, awarded us for outstanding achievements in diver training. Receiving the award, Miki, manager at Camel in Naama Bay, attributed our success to the hard work and friendliness of our entire dive team. We were also the only dive centre in Egypt to be recognized in 2009 by a Project AWARE Environmental Achievement Award. Finally, we won third place in UK magazine Diver’s ‘Best dive centre of the year’ award. We are honored to receive these accolades, which will encourage our further efforts in 2010.

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02.04.10

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Camel Dive Club & Hotel
Centre of Na'ama Bay
Sharm El Sheikh
South Sinai, Egypt
Telephone: +20-69-3600700
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