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Diving in the Red Sea Egypt
The Red Sea is one of the most famous scuba diving destinations.
This is due to the good visibility almost all year round, the beautiful coral formations and the closeness to Europe which makes an excellent quality price value.
You will explore the RedSea in well equipped diving boats designed for your safety, comfort and fun. Native experienced Captains will guide you to the best unspoiled diving sites in the RedSea and Instructors full aware of different tastes & demands of various divers will coach you during your diving trips.
If you are not a diver you can easily become one by joining a PADI - CMAS - NAUI - SSI, diving course provided for all levels, and enjoy your first dive in the beautiful RedSea, or just enjoy the sun on the white sandy beaches.
- Sharm El Sheikh
- Marsa Alam
- El Gouna
One of the top wreck dives in the world, You'll need to dive it more than once to explore more than a tiny part of the wreck.
The Dunraven, a steam and sail driven cargo ship, is one of the oldest wrecks in the Red Sea.
Cable Wreck Ulysses
On its way from London to Penang the Ulysses, also known as Cable Layer, sunk in 1887 after running on the north eastern coast of Small Gubal Island.
Wrecks of Abu Nuhas
Due to its exposed location, just off the northern coast of Shedwan
Island at the edge of the Straight of Gubal the Sha'ab Abu Nuhas is a navigation hazard.
Evidenced by several wrecks on its northern slope, it is well known as a "ship's graveyard"
The freighter was built in Glasgow, it left the shipyard as "Francis",
later the name was changed to "Rosalie Moller".
Sudan - Blue Belt (Toyota Wreck)
The Blue Belt was on its way from Jeddah to Port Sudan when it struck the reef Sha'ab Suedi, about 75km north of its destination. Because of the cargo the vessel had loaded, like cars,
trucks, trailers etc. it is also well known as Toyota wreck.