NEMO Diving Center was established in 2014 in Dubai, UAE. Our diving center continues to offer high-quality services to thousands of divers throughout the world. We offer diving excursions to certified divers and training for all levels from beginners to experienced divers. People can get to know the enchantments of the sea safely and easily by doing their first dives with us. We are proud of our dedication to high safety standards, clean and comfortable facilities, and friendly, experienced staff. For us, diving is a serious occupation, but also a way of life. We consider each diver's individual needs and desires to make everyone's dive experience special. We provide complete sets of equipment, which is carefully and regularly maintained to strict safety regulations, and our all-weather diving vessels also meet the strictest international safety specifications as well as standard SCUBA equipment.
Dariush Shemtoob (fotonji) A self taught photographer, I always seeks out new terrain where animals and nature abound. An avid scuba diver and motorcycle rider, I have been documenting my experiences for more than twenty years learning how fragile life is and developing a profound respect for all living systems. Convinced that no mind is ever open enough, I travel as much as I can and try to stay open to new ways of seeing.
David Antoja (davidantoja) Scuba instructor and underwater photographer. My images are specially focused for conservation and protection of the Mediterranean sea. CMAS One Star Instructor
Divepanthers (Divepanthers) Recreational divers from the far north of Europa. Always diving in warm waters and doing 2-3 dive trips a year. Hobby underwater photographers. Favorite destination is Indonesia.
Ellen Cuylaerts (EllenC) Ellen Cuylaerts relocated from Belgium to the Cayman Islands, Grand Cayman in 2009. She studied history in Antwerp and got her master in modern history and education. She homeschools her 2 gifted teenagers and decided to take up scuba diving in June 2011. Soon she took up her childhood dream: photography. She decided to use the skills she learned to spread the awareness and contribute to the conservation and preservation of the fragile marine environment. PADI Master Scuba Diver
Faridzul Farin Farid (AliSh) PADI Night Diver
Francis (Maddiver) diving is everything... PADI Divemaster
Heather (heather) Heather is a recreational scuba diver from Boulder, Colorado far inland from the clear blue Caribbean where she loves to dive. Her academic background is Environmental Biology and Geology. Professionally she is a writer and blogger. She is ever passionate about the planet's oceans, its marine life and the role humanity plays in shaping this small blue world. She imagines that scuba diving is the closest thing to a spacewalk that she will experience in this lifetime.
Henry Jager (HenryJager) Henry Jager is a passionate underwater and wildlife photographer with an incredible sense for an unexpected view on the subjects. In 2012, he has been awarded "Grand Master of Underwaterphotography" at "www.underwaterphotography.com". He won gold medal at the world biggest fotosalon, the "Trierenberger Super Circuit" 2011 cat. "Nature" with his Sardines Tornado, was finalist at "The Open" 2012 and achieved recognitions by "National Geographic" Germany and International. www.conartix-photo.ch PADI Deep Diver
Indah Susanti (indahs) A seasonal traveler and scuba diver with camera. Her works have been exhibited and published. She is also a part time blogger on travel, dive trips and writing monthly blog article on marine life and marine conservation. Please visit her website for her blog post and photography.
The Musandam Peninsula is located on the northern border of the Sultanate of Oman which extends into the Strait of Hormuz, a narrow channel into the Persian Gulf from the point of the Arabian Peninsula. Although politically part of Oman, the Musandam Peninsula is separated by the east coast of the United Arab Emirates. Tagged as the “Norway of Arabia,” the Musandam Peninsula is noted for its amazing rocky inlets called khors, small villages and roads that cut across the mountains. These khors, also referred to as fjords are just 60 km wide and do not exceed 60 m in depth but they are very valuable trade routes since 90% of the Gulf’s oil passes through this area. The natural beauty of Musandam is best explored by sea through boat or traditional ships. Many visitors journey to Musandam to view incredible geological sites and explore the vast marine life in the gentle waters that lie beneath the massive limestone cliffs.