Diving in Red Sea

    S.S. Thistlegorm Gubal Strait, Egypt

    The Thistlegorm was built in 1940 as a merchant vessel being 126m long and 17.5m wide. It was commandeered by the navy during the World War II. It sunk in 1941 (6th October) by long range bombers from German occupied Crete. Sunk in the same way as the 'Rosalie Moller' - just 48 hours and a few miles…

    S.S. Thistlegorm Gubal Strait, Egypt

    The Thistlegorm was built in 1940 as a merchant vessel being 126m long and 17.5m wide. It was commandeered by the navy during the World War II. It sunk in 1941 (6th October) by long range bombers from German occupied Crete. Sunk in the same way as the 'Rosalie Moller' - just 48 hours and a few miles…

    S.S. Thistlegorm Gubal Strait, Egypt

    The Thistlegorm was built in 1940 as a merchant vessel being 126m long and 17.5m wide. It was commandeered by the navy during the World War II. It sunk in 1941 (6th October) by long range bombers from German occupied Crete. Sunk in the same way as the 'Rosalie Moller' - just 48 hours and a few miles…

    S.S. Thistlegorm Gubal Strait, Egypt

    The Thistlegorm was built in 1940 as a merchant vessel being 126m long and 17.5m wide. It was commandeered by the navy during the World War II. It sunk in 1941 (6th October) by long range bombers from German occupied Crete. Sunk in the same way as the 'Rosalie Moller' - just 48 hours and a few miles…

    S.S. Thistlegorm Gubal Strait, Egypt

    The Thistlegorm was built in 1940 as a merchant vessel being 126m long and 17.5m wide. It was commandeered by the navy during the World War II. It sunk in 1941 (6th October) by long range bombers from German occupied Crete. Sunk in the same way as the 'Rosalie Moller' - just 48 hours and a few miles…

    S.S. Thistlegorm Gubal Strait, Egypt

    The Thistlegorm was built in 1940 as a merchant vessel being 126m long and 17.5m wide. It was commandeered by the navy during the World War II. It sunk in 1941 (6th October) by long range bombers from German occupied Crete. Sunk in the same way as the 'Rosalie Moller' - just 48 hours and a few miles…

    S.S. Thistlegorm Gubal Strait, Egypt

    The Thistlegorm was built in 1940 as a merchant vessel being 126m long and 17.5m wide. It was commandeered by the navy during the World War II. It sunk in 1941 (6th October) by long range bombers from German occupied Crete. Sunk in the same way as the 'Rosalie Moller' - just 48 hours and a few miles…

    S.S. Thistlegorm Gubal Strait, Egypt

    The Thistlegorm was built in 1940 as a merchant vessel being 126m long and 17.5m wide. It was commandeered by the navy during the World War II. It sunk in 1941 (6th October) by long range bombers from German occupied Crete. Sunk in the same way as the 'Rosalie Moller' - just 48 hours and a few miles…
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    Sha'ab Claudio Hamata, Egypt

    This is one of the most well known reefs in the Fury Shoals reef system. Sha'ab Claudio is a square-shaped reef with a south side that is full of caves close to the mooring. It's possible here to jump directly off the boat and next to the cave system.This is a paradise for photographers. The cave…

    Sha'ab Claudio Hamata, Egypt

    This is one of the most well known reefs in the Fury Shoals reef system. Sha'ab Claudio is a square-shaped reef with a south side that is full of caves close to the mooring. It's possible here to jump directly off the boat and next to the cave system.This is a paradise for photographers. The cave…

    Sha'ab Claudio Hamata, Egypt

    This is one of the most well known reefs in the Fury Shoals reef system. Sha'ab Claudio is a square-shaped reef with a south side that is full of caves close to the mooring. It's possible here to jump directly off the boat and next to the cave system.This is a paradise for photographers. The cave…
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    Situated south of Fury Shoal, this is one of the most popular dives in the area, made up of a huge lagoon surrounded by an oval-shaped reef with a resident pod of bottlenose dolphins. Seven imposing stacks of coral named Dha'ab Hassan guard the lagoon's entrance with depths ranging from 18m to 22m…
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    Shark Reef & Yolanda Wreck Ras Mohammed National Park, Egypt

    Situated right at the tip of the Sinai this site is world renowned. Shark Reef, covered in stunning hard and soft corals, is a vertical wall dropping to charted depths of nearly 800m. Yolanda Reef has a wide plateau with a coral garden and masses of pinnacles, each one a cleaning station teeming…

    The Bells Dahab, Egypt

    A true vertical wall, full of overhangs and fissures, with lots of swimthroughs and cavelets. Towards the Blue Hole, in the south, the reef profile softens to a steep slope.The dive begins in a small slot in the reef table, around 100m (328ft) north of the Blue Hole lagoon; after reaching your…
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    The Canyon Dahab, Egypt

    It is a fault/crack that has been formed after a earthquake that touched the Gulf of Aqaba. The entrance of the Canyon is at 18 meters and you drop down until 30 meters. It's partially a overhead environment and from there the divers can go through the crack and exit at a depth of 52 meters.Walls,…

    The Canyon Dahab, Egypt

    It is a fault/crack that has been formed after a earthquake that touched the Gulf of Aqaba. The entrance of the Canyon is at 18 meters and you drop down until 30 meters. It's partially a overhead environment and from there the divers can go through the crack and exit at a depth of 52 meters.Walls,…
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    The Canyon Dahab, Egypt

    It is a fault/crack that has been formed after a earthquake that touched the Gulf of Aqaba. The entrance of the Canyon is at 18 meters and you drop down until 30 meters. It's partially a overhead environment and from there the divers can go through the crack and exit at a depth of 52 meters.Walls,…

    The Canyon Dahab, Egypt

    It is a fault/crack that has been formed after a earthquake that touched the Gulf of Aqaba. The entrance of the Canyon is at 18 meters and you drop down until 30 meters. It's partially a overhead environment and from there the divers can go through the crack and exit at a depth of 52 meters.Walls,…

    The Canyon Dahab, Egypt

    It is a fault/crack that has been formed after a earthquake that touched the Gulf of Aqaba. The entrance of the Canyon is at 18 meters and you drop down until 30 meters. It's partially a overhead environment and from there the divers can go through the crack and exit at a depth of 52 meters.Walls,…
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    The Islands Dahab, Egypt

    Great underwater coral garden

    The Islands Dahab, Egypt

    Great underwater coral garden
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    The Rosalie Moller Gubal Strait, Egypt

    Built in Glasgow in 1910, this 108.2m long vessel started its life carrying cargo around Europe, before being re-registered in China in 1931. In 1938 the Rosalie Moller was requisitioned by the Royal Navy, transporting 'Best Welsh Coal' to a variety of UK Naval Ports. After joining the War effort -…
    Rosalie Moller

    The Rosalie Moller Gubal Strait, Egypt

    Built in Glasgow in 1910, this 108.2m long vessel started its life carrying cargo around Europe, before being re-registered in China in 1931. In 1938 the Rosalie Moller was requisitioned by the Royal Navy, transporting 'Best Welsh Coal' to a variety of UK Naval Ports. After joining the War effort -…

    Big Brother The Brother Islands, Egypt

    around 10 diffrent dives are possible.Wrack Aida and Wrack Numidia

    Big Brother The Brother Islands, Egypt

    around 10 diffrent dives are possible.Wrack Aida and Wrack Numidia

    Big Brother The Brother Islands, Egypt

    around 10 diffrent dives are possible.Wrack Aida and Wrack Numidia

    M.F.O. Pipeline Nuweiba, Egypt

    M.F.O. is an abbreviation for "Multi-National Force and Observers". The dive starts along two desalination pipes that were put there by the Israeli Army in the late seventies. Both pipes start at 5 metres and stretch out horizontally, sloping gradually down to 12 metres and 20 metres respectively.…

    Ras Gamila Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt

    Ras Gamila ("Delightful Cape" in Arabic) separates a vast and rather shallow sandy lagoon from the sea. It is an interesting place for a fine drift dive that is not too difficult. It is perfect at 12m-15m gliding you northwards over many large colonies of Porites coral, splendid Acropora corals…

    Ras Gamila Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt

    Ras Gamila ("Delightful Cape" in Arabic) separates a vast and rather shallow sandy lagoon from the sea. It is an interesting place for a fine drift dive that is not too difficult. It is perfect at 12m-15m gliding you northwards over many large colonies of Porites coral, splendid Acropora corals…

    Ras Gamila Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt

    Ras Gamila ("Delightful Cape" in Arabic) separates a vast and rather shallow sandy lagoon from the sea. It is an interesting place for a fine drift dive that is not too difficult. It is perfect at 12m-15m gliding you northwards over many large colonies of Porites coral, splendid Acropora corals…

    Ras Gamila Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt

    Ras Gamila ("Delightful Cape" in Arabic) separates a vast and rather shallow sandy lagoon from the sea. It is an interesting place for a fine drift dive that is not too difficult. It is perfect at 12m-15m gliding you northwards over many large colonies of Porites coral, splendid Acropora corals…

    Ras Umm Sid Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt

    The south side of the headland offers a superb gorgonian forest on the drop off. The plateau is bursting with life and swarms of reef fish. The possibility of spotting whale shark or manta exists at the corner.

    Sinkers Nuweiba, Egypt

    During the seventies the Israeli Navy decided to place a large mooring buoy just off the beach, but unfortunately the water was deeper than expected and they dropped the 25 meter chain in 35 metres of water. The buoy disappeared under the surface and since then it hangs suspended at a depth of 8 -…

    Million Hope Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt

    The Million Hope was a Bulk Cargo Carrier of 16,339 GRT built at Koyo Dockyard, Mihara-Hiroshima, Japan.Originally named the Ryusei Maru upon her being launched on 10 June 1972, she was 174.6 meters in length,24.9 meters in beam, and 10 meters in draught, with twin 6-cylinder diesel engines and a…

    La Sirene, Nuweiba,Egypt Nuweiba, Egypt

    The house reef lies just infront of the La sirene Resort, private beach. The main reef lies between 5 and 12 metres of depth, ideal for beginners and experienced divers alike, because of the concentration and diversity of the fish life present.Following the sandy slope and coral garden down to 12…
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    Carnatic El Gouna, Egypt

    This is one of the best wreck dive of the Gubal Strait, very close to the Giannis D. Also known as the "wine ship", it hit the reef and sank in 1869 on her way from Suez to India with a cargo of port wine, gold and silver bullion. The wreck is broken in 2 pieces and lies on its side on the reef with…

    Carnatic El Gouna, Egypt

    This is one of the best wreck dive of the Gubal Strait, very close to the Giannis D. Also known as the "wine ship", it hit the reef and sank in 1869 on her way from Suez to India with a cargo of port wine, gold and silver bullion. The wreck is broken in 2 pieces and lies on its side on the reef with…

    Banana Reef Hurghada, Egypt

    Banana shaped reef in the middle of the Giftun Strait. It generally hasan easy current that allows you to drift all along the coral wall.
    The Cedar Pride

    Cedar Pride Aqaba, Jordan

    Launched in 1964 at the S.A. Juliana Constructora in Gijon, Spain as the "Mone Dos" this 74 metre long general cargo vessel of 1,161 tons served the Naviera Anzar Shipping Company of Bilboa, until 1969 when she became the "Puerto De Pasajes" , with a further name change in 1978 to the "San Bruno".…

    Cedar Pride Aqaba, Jordan

    Launched in 1964 at the S.A. Juliana Constructora in Gijon, Spain as the "Mone Dos" this 74 metre long general cargo vessel of 1,161 tons served the Naviera Anzar Shipping Company of Bilboa, until 1969 when she became the "Puerto De Pasajes" , with a further name change in 1978 to the "San Bruno".…