'Project Shark' scuba safari hosted by blue o two in the Red Sea

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TO WIN this remarkable blue o two scuba diving holiday on board the
award-winning M/Y blue Horizon during its 'Project Shark' week itinerary (13-20
June 2014) in the Egyptian Rea Sea.


penny from the winning bid will go to Bite-Back, the UK shark and marine
conservation charity, and its ‘Hacked Off!’ campaign to make Britain’s
restaurants shark fin free.


search of sharks and other pelagic species and under the expert guidance of
marine biologist Dr Elke Bojanowski, the scuba safari takes in the world-famous
dive sites of the Brothers, Elphinstone and Daedalus.


more than £1,100, the blue o two holiday includes return flights (from UK),
internal transfers, seven nights full-board accommodation on the vessel,
tea/coffee/water/soft drinks, snacks, six days diving, hire of 12-litre
cylinder and weights.


more information about the itinerary visit http://bit.ly/1gemjw9


more information about M/Y blue Horizon visit http://bit.ly/1kLJnSm


bidder must provide own dive insurance. The holiday is subject to blue o two's
standard terms and conditions - http://www.blueotwo.com/Terms-and-conditions.


currents at these fantastic dive sites are what make its sightings so exciting
but also means that this itinerary is not suitable for inexperienced divers.
For your safety, we ask that divers must be a PADI Open Water diver or
equivalent and have logged a minimum of 30 dives to join this safari.


bid must be paid in full within 24 hours or the holiday will be forfeited and
made available elsewhere.



£ 910
'Project Shark' scuba safari hosted by blue o two
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