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Shaab Shear East & Al Kahfain
This is a slightly crescent shaped reef stretching on an east-west axis where dives are made on both ends. To the north of the reef the wreck after Al Kahfain, a 115m long 6000 ton Ro-Ro car- and passenger ferry, built by Camell Laird in 1967 at Birkenhead for […]
Abu Kafan North
Diving Abu Kafan north is to begin with a little bit like Elphinstone but the plateau itself has somewhat more dramatic topography with a few pinnacles and big coral blocks. The main reef drops down to about 18m and on the west side there is a tall pinnacle reaching for the surface. […]
There are two mooring lines allowing boats to tie up just out of reach for the house reef divers jumping in from the jetty in Soma Bay. This dive can be made from the boat and back but it’s better as a drift dive. When you drift you will start right on the corner […]
Noss means half but it can also be used as a description for “in the middle” or “half way”. In the name Tobia El Noss it describes the location half way between Tobia Kebir and Tobia Soraya. With the right conditions and current you can drift the whole way from the north end of […]
This dive site is best made from the mooring and back. You will not travel far from the boat or cover a large area but you will navigate a fair distance between pinnacles and through canyons and you will definitely find a lot of interesting marine life. There might be a few boats on […]
Panorama is called Um Alama by Egyptian seamen. This means mother of signals and refers to the two beacons (Fanous) on top of the reef. At the south end of this oval shaped reef you will find the classic Red Sea Plateau stretching out from a depth of 16 metres to about 35 […]
Built and launched as Fred Scamaroni in France 1966. Sold to El Salaam tour line and renamed Salem Express. The captain of Salem Express was well known for his skills and experience. He was also one of the few who confidently navigated the “shortcut” passing the Hyndman Reef into Safaga harbour saving almost an […]