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In the summer of 2018 a group of dedicated GUE divers, including GUE President Jarrod Jablonski, participated in the inaugural trip of the Red Sea Explorers to locations in the northern Red Sea while in pursuit of new discoveries.

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In the summer of 2018 a group of dedicated GUE divers, including GUE President Jarrod Jablonski, participated in the inaugural trip of the Red Sea Explorers to locations in the northern Red Sea while in pursuit of new discoveries. 

The Red Sea is a very well known dive destination with hundreds of great dive spots, but due to its unique location, and the historical significance of the Suez Canal, it still hides undiscovered treasures: wrecks of ships that have been lost in over past many centuries in those treacherous waters.

During the trip, the team successfully dove a few new locations, learned a lot, gathered valuable experiences, and built up the excitement to pursue discoveries in the unexplored regions of the northern Red Sea.

Huge thanks to Red Sea Explorers team and Faisal Khalaf for their continuous support of GUE and our mission. Let’s commit to a new and exciting chapter of exploration!

Video Clips by: Jarrod Jablonski, Faisal Khalaf, Olga Martinelli, Daniel Schelvis Edited by: Olga Martinelli

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Project Divers Are We

Diving projects aka expeditions—think Bill Stone’s Wakulla Springs 1987 project, or the original explorations of the Woodville Karst Plain’s Project (WKPP)—helped give birth to technical diving….

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Header image: Divers positioning a decompression habitat during a recent GUE Project Diver core module. Photo by SJ Alice Bennett, courtesy of GUE.

Diving projects, or expeditions—think Bill Stone’s Wakulla Springs 1987 project, or the original explorations of the Woodville Karst Plain’s Project (WKPP)—helped give birth to technical diving, and today continue as an important focal point and organizing principle for communities like Global Underwater Explorers (GUE). The organization this year unveiled a new Project Diver program, intended to elevate “community-led project dives to an entirely new level of sophistication.” Here, authors Guy Shockey and Francesco Cameli discuss the power of projects and take us behind the scenes of the new program.


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