OCEANROAMERS manages the European (BE) IADP - DIVE PROFESSIONALS non profit organization.
We are headquartered in Egypt's Ain Sokhna, where we are spearheading, marine conservation & sustainable development programs in the Red Sea. And overseeing the development of the MAERC project.
For additional information, don't hesitate to reach out to us, via our contact page.
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Blogs & Vlogs

'Back to the Roots'

Back to Sinai, with a truly exciting new project location. 

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State of the Reefs & COTS Outbreak updated. Live Vlog

TheOceanRoamer Live VlogDiscussing his impressions and results of the Port Sudan - Red Sea expeditions.State of the Reefs, and an important update on the COTS (Crown of Thorns Starfish) Outbreak in Port Sudan and vicinity.Update on #opredsea 

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The Sudan State Security Saga, Torrential Floods in Ain Sokhna Live Vlog

#portsudan#redsea#sudan#opredsea#RedSea#prodiverlife The Sudan State Security SagaTorrential Flooding through our Ain Sokhna project in Egypt (dramatic footage) 

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"One Handed Mask Clearing Technique" Scuba Influencers Reviewed Episode 1

Scuba-Influencers reviewed by TheOceanRoamer

Reviewing the The Good, The Bad and The Ugly of #ScubaInfluencers out there.Today's video was requested by Sandy (Name has been changed), and shows us an Open Water Instructor - Influencer from the Caribbean, who's 'teaching' us a new skill. The One Handed Mask Clearing Technique #fail

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The Linnea Mills case, a perfect example of what is wrong in the recreational diving industry.

You might remember the story of recreational diving student Linnea Mills, who drowned in 2019 during an ice/altitude training dive in Lake McDonald, in the Glacier National Park. The case at the time sent shockwaves through the industry, as it was a perfect example of gross negligence by the PADI Instructor, and the affiliated diving center. To ref

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RED ALERT: Crown of thorns starfish outbreak on the reefs of Port Sudan

Crown Of Thorns Starfish Outbreak in Port Sudan

While performing our research & monitoring work in relation to our Vault Project, in the immediate surroundings of the reefs of Port Sudan, we were horrified by the realization that we are having a COTS outbreak. COTS stands for Crown Of Thorns Starfish. The adult crown-of-thorns is a corallivorous predator that usually preys on reef

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