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Win A Red Sea Wreck Safari – 10 Spots To Give Away

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Tekdeep Egypt, one of the founding partners of The Red Sea Wreck Project are currently refitting their very own Technical Safari boat to not only dive the wrecks of the Red Sea, but to also search for the wrecks that no one has found yet and they need your help.

As part of the refitting process of MV Legends, all of the cabins have been completely redesigned and rather than giving each cabin a simple number, the Tekdeep Team want to name each one after a wreck from the Red Sea and this is where they need your help.

Send Tekdeep your best Wreck Diving Photographs from the Red Sea Wrecks and they will choose the best to adorn the new cabins on MV Legends. If a cabin is named based on one of your photographs and your pictures are used, you will get a FREE Wreck Diving Safari. One full week of amazing wreck diving, accommodation, food and drinks (not alcohol) and the prestige of knowing that the cabin you are staying in was named because of you! The free safari is open ended so don’t worry if you can’t join them in 2016, you can use your free place whenever you wish. There are 10 Safaris To Give Away, one for each cabin so you have a great chance to win!

How To Enter

Simply CLICK HERE to complete the photo submission form on the MV Legends website and the winners will be picked before the end of October. The 10 Lucky Winners will be announce after 1st November 2015.



Please note that the free safari place does not include flights. You will need to make your own travel arrangements to Egypt.

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    • Chris beitzel on

      I saw batteries that looked intact are you allowed to get inside the vehicles and explore the boxes or anything like that and most of the lower compartment should have highly preserved items of History that I think should be brought up and restored it possible for history I would love to find some old British Sterling machine guns a case full in the bottom somewhere that would be awesome

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