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Many of us use sunscreen to prevent the harmful sun rays, but did you know that these sunscreen have an active ingredient in them that is harmful to coral reefs and marine life?
We recommend using “Reef Safe” sunscreen, because it is safe on coral reefs and has no chemicals that affect coral reefs and marine life, and if you haven’t one of it ,
It’s available for Sell on our board the boat , if you wanted.
Of all dolphin species you are most likely to encounter the bottlenose and spinner variety in the Red Sea. Spinner dolphins and bottlenose dolphins move in small groups and regularly visit the ‘Dolphin House’ in Marsa Alam.
They are playful and great fun. It’s a joy to watch them from a close distance but don’t touch them! They have a skin that should stay intact to protect them from transmittable diseases. You can even hear them communicate with themselves under water with high-pitched clicking sounds and whistles.
Dolphins are intelligent but, regardless, they are animals in the wild with an instinct.. They do not appear or disappear on your command. If they entertain you, consider yourself lucky and their best friend!
The dugong in the Red Sea looks like a prehistoric sea cow. The dugon is lazy, slow, large and gentle. It does no harm. It’s absolutely not aggressive.
A dugong’s favourite hangout are beds of seagrass in slow-motion. This is where you will find it hovering through the water in slow motion. Did you know our grey friends are herbivores and eat some 50 kilograms daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Dugongs stay under water for a short period of time. They surface for oxygen every three to five minutes. A mature dugong is a giant who measures some four metres in length and weighing up to almost 600 kilo’s.
Hawksbill turtles and green turtles are a familiar side in the Red Sea. They can be really huge in size. It’s wonderful to see them parting the water in slow motion. They are sensational to watch, whether you dive or swim. It’s an unforgettable sight to see them grazing grass meadows for food. Turtles like a green environment.
Turtles do not have natural enemies in the food chain, although they cannot hide their claws and head in their shell.
Global warning effects the gender balance of turtles. The warmer the nests the more female offspring a turtle produces. The cooler the nests the more turtles will give birth to a male species.
Did you know that turtles can hold their breath underwater for five hours?
Turtles can reach the age of 100 years.
Unfortunately, sharks have an image problem. The Red Sea is home to
oceanic white tips, scalloped hammerheads, silver tips, black tips, sand tips, leopards, nurses, grey reef sharks, zebra’s, sicklefins, threshers, etc.
Sharks are timid and shy by nature. They don’t care about you. You just don’t want to be a hero and challenge them. Yu can go with the flow and admire them in their full pride when you go on a shark sightseeing mission.
We make sure you operate as a group and make sure you won’t be isolated from your diving companions. Some people get over excited when they see their first shark during their dive. It’s best to stay relaxed, not making wild gestures from sheer joy.
There are four kinds of reefs. We have patch reefs, atolls, barrier reefs and fringing reefs. We have fringing reefs in the Red Sea.
A fringing reef grows seaward, directly from the shore. Fringing reefs form borders along the shoreline and surrounding islands. They are separated from the shore by narrow, shallow lagoons. Fringing reefs are the most common type of reef that we see.
Corals look like organic plants, but in essence they are cup-shaped animal organisms. They depend on plankton and microscopic algae as food.
There are hard corals and soft corals? Hard corals are like the material classroom chalk is made of. They grow very slowly, like only one mtr(3 ft) in hundred years. Soft coral like colourful plants and small trees.
Coral reefs are very fragile. Please be careful. The slightest accidental touch from snorkelers and divers may result in breaking down 100 years of coral polyp growth.
The Red Sea produces the most beautiful and colourful coral species. It’s real fun trying to identify them.
During a recent short break with the family, We managed to squeeze in some diving before breakfast every day. These dives were just on the house reef of the Sheraton Hotel, Soma Bay, north of Safaga on the shores of the Egyptian Red Sea. We had a great guide from 4Ever Sea.