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Red Sea gears up for LIDS

LIDS (London International Dive Show) will take place at Excel London in the UK on 27 and 28 March and the Red Sea community is busy preparing itself for this event. This show concentrates exclusively on diving and provides the opportunity for those working in the industry to reach this specialist audience. Manufacturers will show off their new equipment and diving organizations will present their new courses and techniques.

There is always plenty to do and this year is no exception. There will be try dive sessions and, for those who already dive, Rebreather try-outs. The breath-hold demonstrations and challenges conducted by top names in freediving will also be of interest as will the plethora of high-level speakers and seminars, films and photo clinics. The Red Sea will naturally be well represented with friendly staff just waiting to meet you and answer your questions in the Red Sea Zone.

 

 

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