Itinerary Highlights

The Totally Wrecked itinerary is a dream itinerary for wreck diving enthusiasts seeking a unique and thrilling experience in the Red Sea. This itinerary includes some of the most famous wrecks in the world, including the SS Thistlegorm, Rosalie Moller, the Ulysses and the four wrecks of Abu Nuhas. Divers can explore the remains of these historic vessels, each with their own unique stories and secrets. On this trip we also take in the wrecks of Sagafa, such as the famous Salem Express, and explore the remains of the Yolanda, spread across Yolanda Reef in Ras Mohammed national park. The Totally Wrecked itinerary is a fantastic choice for divers looking to explore some of the Red Sea's most fascinating shipwrecks while taking in the abundance of marine life and learning more about Egypt’s rich seafaring history.

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SS Thistlegorm Arguably one of the most famous and best wrecks in the world, the SS Thistlegorm was sunk in World War II with a full load of trucks, ammunition and supplies. She's a living museum of the war and should be dived at least twice to get a real taste of the wreck and all her cargo, which is scattered around the site. When conditions permit, night dives are an amazing experience and an opportunity to explore a special piece of underwater history.

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. Sunk during World War II, the Rosalie Moller is only suitable for experienced divers. Sister ship of the world-famous SS Thistlegorm and sunk just a day later, she's covered in hard and soft corals. Wreck penetration is possible for certified divers and you’re likely to see barracuda, jacks, trevallies and tuna testing their hunting skills around the wreck.

Gubal Islands Home to vibrant and healthy coral reefs and a family of friendly bottlenose dolphins, the Gubal Islands offer several dive sites and two exceptional wrecks. The Ulysses sits on her port side at maximum depth of 28m. A stunning artificial reef that's bursting with marine life, wreck penetration is straightforward and easy. The opportunity to explore the cargo scattered around the wreck gives a fascinating insight into the goods carried along the Suez in the late 19th Century. The Barge sits at 15m and we moor directly above her. She's one of the best night dives in the Red Sea and offers incredible opportunities for photography. There are thousands of fish on this wreck. Keep a look out for George and Georgina, two peaceful giant morays who've made the Barge their home.

Abu Nuhas Four wrecks situated close together make this an excellent location for wreck divers and underwater photographers, with all being suitable for recreational divers. Giannis D, Carnatic, Chrisoula K and Kimon M are covered in soft and hard corals and there are often bottlenose dolphins in the area. The engine room and machine rooms are easily accessible on the Chrisoula K and Giannis D.

Route Program

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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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