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A classic of the Red Sea, offering a chance to admire the incredible coral gardens of Ras Mohamed along with some of the world's most famous wrecks. The legendary SS Thistlegorm is ranked as the best wreck dive in the world by many, the other wrecks included are also as exceptional. Some of the most beautiful and exhilarating places to dive in the world lie along this route, we believe it is a must for any diver

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SS Thistlegorm The SS Thistlegorm is arguably the best wreck dive in the world. It sunk in WW11 during a bomb attack just the day before Rosalie Moller was similarly brought below the sea surface by the Germans. The military trucks, ammunition and motorcycles and the many supplies that stayed on board make it a giant museum lying 15 - 30 meters below the sea surface. The site must be dived at least twice to get the real taste and appreciate the outside and inside of this wreck. If the current is not strong, night dives on SS Thistlegorm is a rewarding experience.

Rosalie Moller This site is only suitable for more experienced divers with the right certification levels; the wreck is sitting at depths between 35 - 55 meters. A German airstrike bombed Rosalie Moller during WWII; it was the day after sister ship SS Thistlegorm was sunk. The rudder and propeller, as well as handrails and ladders, can still be seen on the main deck of Rosalie Moller. Inside the wreck, you won't miss seeing the groupers, glassfishes, and the lionfishes hovering around. The wreck's hull accumulated many soft and hard corals formations. Barracudas, jacks, trevallies and tunas patrol the water around it testing their hunting skills.

Gubal Islands A beautiful desert island with soft sandy beach, the coral reefs are healthy and vibrant. A family of friendly bottelnose dolphins live nearby and shows up often for the joy of divers. The island offers several dive options, including 2 wrecks: the Ulysses, a woodden cargo completely covered in soft corals and fish, and the Barge: this last one is the best night dive in the Red Sea: it lies right underneath where the boat is moored, its maximum depth is 15 meters and it is literally an explosion of life. Thousands of fish including George and Gerogina, two enormous and peaceful giant morays who made the barge their home.

Ras Mohammed Having at least a few dives in Ras Mohamed is a must for any diver, considered as one of the most beautiful places to dive in the world. It is one of the most protected areas in the Red Sea with incredible visibility that can reach 40 meters in some sites. With at least 12 quality dive sites full of vibrant marine life and colourful hard and soft corals, you will never feel too crowded diving in Ras Mohamed. Most of the time, the sea conditions are calm, offering relaxed dives for all divers regardless of experience level. The population of anthias, giant gorgonians fans, schools of jacks, snappers and tuna with the occasional sharks and rays give a little hint of what to expect. The iconic wreckage of the Yolanda with it's load of toilets is also a bonus.

Abu Nuhas We would call Abu Nuhas a paradise for divers. This spectacular reef offers some of the best wreck diving in the Red Sea. There are four shallow wrecks that are suitable for divers of all levels, each of them makes a great dive. Wrecks, healthy reefs with hard and soft corals and a good chance to spend time with friendly bottlenose dolphins. The four wrecks are: Carnatic, Chrisoula K, Giannis D and Kimon M.

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  • check Please be aware that the schedule will vary depending on weather, other logistical or force majeure conditions.
  • check Night dives are prohibited at all marine park islands.

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