400 World Divers Will Clean Red Sea Beach

30.04.2015

400 divers from around the world will simultaneously make a large-scale cleaning on the beach in Hurghada, Egypt, on the Day of water cleaning from 4th till 6th of June this year. The goal of the organizers is not only to improve the ecological condition of one of the best diving places in the world, but also to get into the Guinness World Records. The Egyptian authorities support this action: the country's Tourism Minister Khaled Rami will personally take part in the event. And to attract a more attention to the action diver champion Ahmed Gabr, who set two world records in scuba diving, will participate.

400 World Divers Will Clean Red Sea Beach

The main action will take place in the Egyptian resort of June, 5th. Throughout the day, divers will collect the trash out of the water to save unique coral reefs of the Red Sea, one of the most attractive places for lovers of snorkeling and scuba diving. This event will be the second large-scale underwater cleaning: last year a similar event was held in the waters of the Persian Gulf on the shore of one of the resorts in the United Arab Emirates, it was attended by 300 divers.