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Regaldive joins Dive Worldwide at The Natural Travel Collection

Well-known dive specialist tour operator Regaldive, which has been in existence for 30 years, has been acquired by The Natural Travel Collection (TNTC) and joins its existing dive travel brand, Dive Worldwide.

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Well-known dive specialist tour operator Regaldive, which has been in existence for 30 years, has been acquired by The Natural Travel Collection (TNTC) and joins its existing dive travel brand, Dive Worldwide.

The Natural Travel Collection was set-up by Teresa Bennett and Chris Breen, who initially established Dive Worldwide back in 2000, and when asked about the acquisition, they confirmed that both brands will continue as separate entities. Teresa said: “The brands have complementary areas of specialism and target different areas of the market, both in terms of customers and destinations, so we will keep them separate, but together it means we have arguably the biggest dive travel offerings on the market.”

Regaldive’s Ely office has been closed, and the brand will be relocated to TNTC’s Hampshire-based HQ.

www.regal-diving.co.uk www.diveworldwide.com

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