Liveaboard in Sharm El Sheikh

Sharm el Sheikh Dive Sites

Ras Mohamed

This is the peninsula on the southern tip of the Sinai and is unique with its very deep waters heading vertically down from the shore reef top of 1 m.
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Dunraven Wreck

This wreck of a British Steamer is on the Southern edge of Sha’ab Mahmoud which is also known as Beacon Rock as the wreck is directly below the South Cardinal beacon.
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Shab Ali

Sha’ab Ali is located on the north side of the Straits of Gubal in the Gulf of Suez. The Thistlegorm Wreck is located in this area and first gained fame when Jacques Cousteau wrote about it in his book on the Red Sea in the 1950s.
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Thistlegorm

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. In October 1941 the vessel had made its way round Africa and into the Red Sea.
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Giannis D

In April 1983, the Giannis D was being loaded with sawn softwood at the Croatian port of Rijeka.Part of this cargo was destined for the Saudi Arabian Port of Jeddah, with the remainder to be off-loaded at Hodeidah on the coast of Yemen.
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Carnatic

This boat went down in 1879 and, with its rotting wooden beams, it’s now almost a reef in itself. It’s a popular site, along with the nearby wrecks of two Greek cargo ships, the Giannus D and the Chrisoula K, which both sank in the early 1980s.
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Alternatives

This site is named for its relatively sheltered position. The area is subject to unpredictable storms and winds and dive boat operators need a place to moor safely to wait out these short periods.
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Laguna

Is the reef just offshore of the island of Tiran. This site has more anemones and clown fish than any other area. This site is also famous for being the location where the Cunard liner went aground resulting in a fine by the Egyptian government of about $20 Million.
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Straits of Tiran

This dive location can be found in the middle of the Gulf of Aqaba approximately one and a half hours by boat from Naama Bay. Only accessible by boat it is still well preserved compared to some of the local dive sites on the coastline.
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Temple

The Temple is located on the north side of Sharm El Sheikh Harbor. It is a group of three pinnacles that rise up from 65 feet below to the surface. This is a flat, sloping reef with two major, and a few minor, pinnacles adding contour to the reef face.
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