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We bring individuals from all walks of life together with a world-class education system to work for the good of the Red Sea. The Red Sea Project continues to grow rapidly, with participation from members of the general public we call "citizen scientists," to corporate Scuba Divers, Local Community, to educators and students.

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WE ARE COMMITTED TO THE

SDG goals are at the core of Red Sea Project, and we are dedicated to supporting these targets through both our direct involvements and our partnerships.

EXCEL YOUR EXPERIENCE

Experience hands-on science in some of the most astounding locations in the Red Sea and learn about charismatic marine life, its biology, behavior and distribution. Practice monitoring techniques and enjoy the opportunity to participate in Conservation and Citizen Science Programs.

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Red Sea Project offers a huge variety of educational programs for divers, teachers, students, and school groups. Discover what makes Red Sea Project a leader in the field of Marine Citizen Science Education in the Red Sea.

BE MORE THAN JUST A VISITOR

Participate in Marine Conservation Projects, Environmental Protection events and campaigns and meet a mixed community of local experts and like-minded travelers and return home with stories filled with adventures.

Red Sea Project currently supports more than 15 different Citizen science programs in the Red Sea that produce relevant, rigorous, and impactful science, addresses change, and actively involve experts.

BECOME A CONSERVATION VOLUNTEER

You can now volunteer to support ongoing marine conservation efforts. Learn new advanced skills and help to restore coral reefs, carry out surveys of endangered marine life and join educators to teach tourists and locals.

Red Sea Project aims to succeed in empowering a community resonating on the principles of sustainability, conservation and environmental stewardship by supporting responses to the UN Sustainable Development Goals Agenda 2030.

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COVID-19 Updates for scuba divers

We want to bring you the latest COVID-19 Updates and Considerations. Please use this blog as a way to stay informed and always check with local authorities and government entities before determining when and if it's safe to travel or leave your home.

  • Mar 10, 8:00 PM – 9:00 PM GMT+1
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    Bis zum jetzigen Zeitpunkt haben Wissenschaftler weltweit sieben lebende Arten von Meeresschildkröten bestimmt, fünf von diesen sind im Roten Meer zu finden: die grüne Meeresschildkröte, die Karettschildkröte, die Lederschildkröte, die Unechte Karettschildkröte und die Oliv-Bastardschildkröte.
  • Mar 12, 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM
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    The Red Sea has a number of unique marine habitats, including sea grass beds, saltpans, mangroves, coral reefs and saltmarshes. The Red Sea Project aims to protect the Red Sea's natural resources from destruction and to maintain respect for the ecological, geomorphologic, sacred or aesthetic ..
  • Mar 17, 8:00 PM – 9:00 PM GMT+1
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    Dugongs sind friedliche und ruhige Tiere, sie wirken dick, sind aber spindelförmig, hydrodynamisch und sehr muskulös, erreichen eine Länge von bis zu 3 Metern und wiegen bis zu 500 kg. Sie sind Gründler und ernähren sich hauptsächlich von Seegras und meeres Vegetation, die sie entwurzeln, indem
  • Mar 18, 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM GMT+2
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    The Oceanic Whitetip Shark (Carcharhinus longimanus) is one of the most common top predators in open waters of all tropical oceans in the world. and is the only truly oceanic of it's genus. Learn more about their biology, ecology, threats, behavior and diet, conservation status.
  • Mar 19, 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM GMT+1
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    Il Mar Rosso ha una serie di habitat marini unici, tra cui praterie di sea-grass, saline, mangrovie, barriere coralline e paludi. Il Red Sea Project mira a proteggere le risorse naturali del Mar Rosso dalla distruzione e a mantenere il rispetto per gli attributi ecologici, geomorfologici, sacri ...
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    Mar 21, 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM GMT+2
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    According to the Egyptian Ornithology Rarities Committee, 466 species of birds have been recorded in Egypt. Two thirds of these birds are migratory species and one third breed in the area.
  • Mar 24, 8:00 PM – 9:00 PM GMT+1
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    Das Rote Meer verfügt über eine Reihe einzigartiger mariner Lebensräume, darunter Seegraswiesen, Mangroven, Korallenriffe und Salzwiesen. Das Red Sea Project zielt darauf ab, die natürlichen Ressourcen des Roten Meeres vor Zerstörung zu schützen und den Respekt vor den ökologischen....
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    Mar 25, 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM GMT+2
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    The Sea Cow Dugong dugon are peaceful and tranquil animals. They appear fat, but are in fact fusiform (being they have a wide middle and taper at either end). They are hydrodynamic, and highly muscular, reaching up to 3 meters in length and weighing up to 500 kg.
  • Mar 26, 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM GMT+2
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    The Red Sea is home to sixteen species of cetaceans (dolphins and whales), Eeight species out of them are regularly observed: Common Bottlenose Dolphin, Indopacific Bottlenose dolphin, Spinner Dolphin, Pantropical Spotted Dolphin, Longbeaked Common Dolphin, Risso’s Dolphin, Humpback Dolphin and...
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    Mar 27, 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM GMT+2
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    Scientists currently recognize seven living species of sea turtles worldwide, five of which can be found in the Red Sea: the green turtle , the hawksbill turtle, the leatherback turtle , the loggerhead turtle and the olive-ridley turtle.
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    Der Ozeanische Weißspitzenhai (Carcharhinus longimanus) ist einer der häufigsten Spitzenprädatoren in allen tropischen Ozeanen der Welt. Er ist der einzige wahre ozeanische Vertreter seiner Gattung. Erfahren Sie mehr über seine Biologie, Ökologie, Bedrohungen, Verhalten, Ernährung und Schutzstatus.
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REPORT SIGHTING

Every time you are out at sea – diving, snorkeling, or even walking along the beach you might encounter a sea turtle, pod of dolphins, or experience another event worthy of noting for conservation purposes.

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REPORT MARINE DEBRIS

Discarded fishing nets makes no distinctions, capturing marine mammals, turtles, birds, sharks, rays, invertebrate, crustaceans, and many other creatures have been found trapped in them.

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