Red sea – an inland sea of the Indian ocean situated between the Arabian Peninsula and Africa. For the inner sea depth here is very high – more than 3000 meters, as this sea lies in a tectonic break. The Red sea is not no river flows (around deserts), and therefore the water is exceptionally clean.
Off the coast of Egypt water temperature even in winter does not fall below +20 degrees, and in summer rises to +27. Due to the heat evaporates much water, causing the salinity of the red sea reaches 38-42 grams of salts per liter.
In this sea are ideal conditions for underwater flora and fauna. There are about a thousand species of fish, including endemic species, and about 150 species of corals. The coral reef extends directly along the shore, and near them go to schools of fish of most unimaginable colors and shapes.
In the Northern hemisphere there’s no better scuba diving than the coast of Hurghada, Safaga, El Gouna, Sharm El Sheikh, Ein Sukhna, Marsa El Alam. Diving Safari – long trips on boats and yachts in the southern and Northern areas of the red sea. The term “Safari” means a cruise ship with multiple dives in the most interesting points of the sea’s many Islands, atolls, coral reefs and sunken ships. Continue reading
Every fisherman dreams of a nice big catch. Professional anglers try to catch the biggest fish and set a new world record. Each of us understands that is an absolute record for all times – impossible. Be sure to find the craftsmen able to achieve greater results than their predecessors, but there are people for whom the desire to become the most successful angler becomes a life goal. The names of these lucky winners were entered in the list of the International Association of sports fishing.
1. Atlantic tuna
Ken Fraser caught the biggest in the world of Atlantic Tunas (lat. Thunnus thynnus) in waters of olds Cove in Nova Scotia, Canada. This event occurred on 26 October 1979. Fish weighing 678 kg, and Ken managed to catch it in just 45 minutes, and was famous throughout the rest of your life.
2. Atlantic blue Marlin
Record high Atlantic blue Marlin (lat. Makaira nigricans) caught by Paulo Amorim on 29th February 1992. He wrestled with Hulk 80 minutes and pulled him on the coast of Victoria in Brazil. The Marlin weighs about 635 kg and surpassed the previous record of 54 pounds. Continue reading
Not surprising, since the Russian people, as a culture of drinking is not possible prepagado, still nagykata.
So the same with fishing.
promoting the ultra – modern sports gear, a Russian fisherman in the pursuit of excitement does not notice the bag fills another pike..
We’ll all have to go fishing abroad – and this in all seriousness. I know what you’re talking about TC are the ecologist by training and profession. Our country is a big buffet, where the main task of everyone is to grab as much as possible in the shortest period. Just recall you ever seen how the Russians eat at a buffet? Now let us remember how they behaved? This is a feature, as it is fashionable to say, our mentality. We will destroy until it’s all exhausted and none of the laws will not stop us. This is based on the modern Russian economy. It is called the commodity – in reality it comes down to principle “until you have something to sell – we will do it, and when it’s all over there will think”. In fisheries all along the same scheme. Continue reading