Wreck, wrecks and more wrecks... that is whats beneath the crystal blue surface of the Red Sea. Located between Africa and Asia, the warm tropical waters are home to more than 1100 species of fish, 200 species of hard and soft corals and 44 species of shark. This rich diversity is in part due to the expanse of coral reef that extends along its coastline.
Join us for our Red Sea wreck diving adventure in September 2018, this experience will be one that you will remember forever!
Best of Wrecks - on M/Y blue Melody - This classic itinerary takes in iconic wrecks and stunning reefs across the northern Red Sea!
DATES : 21st - 28th September 2018
ABOARD : M/Y blue Melody
COST : £1149pp
BOOK IN NOW : Deposit £120pp
M/Y blue Melody is everything you would expect from a 5* diving liveaboard vessel with large dining area, separate sky lounge with state of the art entertainment system and double and twin cabins all benefiting from ensuite facilities, air conditioning and personal entertainment systems. A spacious dive deck also makes kitting up and getting in the water a stress free experience from this beautiful Red Sea Liveaboard.
Lots and lots of metal! a few reefs, but a huge selection of wrecks, the best the Red Sea has to offer and a few night dives but not guaranteed.
SS. Thistlegorm - Probably the most famous of the Red Sea wrecks. The 126.5m English Freighter was bombed by German aviation on 6th October 1941. Home to an enormous variety of marine life and is especially popular with large schooling fish.
Abu Nuhas - The 'Ships Graveyard', this reef is dangerously positioned close to the busy shipping lanes of the Gulf of Suez and has claimed more ships than any other in the area. Four wrecks lay on a sandy seafloor at the bottom of a steep sloping reef layered with table corals. Wrecks here include the Ghiannis D, Carnatic, Chrisoula K and Kimon M.
Rosalie Moller - The greenish water on this wreck offers a mystical ambiance rarely found on other Red Sea wrecks. With the main deck at 35m, the superstructure can be explored up to 30m and before you start your ascent.
Big Brother - The western side of the island has two impressive wrecks which both lie almost vertical on the side of the reef. The most spectacular is the Numidia, a large cargo steamer which sank in 1901 and now lies on the tip of the island between 10 and 80 metres covered in soft corals and frequented by large pelagics. The smaller wreck of the Aida (sitting between 30 and 65 metres) was a lighthouse authority supply vessel which sank in bad weather in 1957.
TRIP COST : £1149 per person plus visas £29, EU passport holders only.
Price includes: Return flights LGW-HRG, visa, transfers from/to
airport in Hurghada, 7 nights full board accommodation,
tea/coffee/water/soft drinks, snacks, 6 days diving, 12lt cylinder
For further information please call Jason on 01793 423 363.
All dive sites are subject to weather conditions and cannot be
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