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Shaab Marsa Alam
Shaab Marsa Alam is an offshore reef formation. There’s a steep colourful wall decorated with soft coral. The odd moray eel may be spotted here. The west side is covered with a large coral garden. Depth up to 30 meters. The southern part of the reef is home to tall rising pinnacles. Sometimes small spinner dolphins swim by here.
- Table coral
- Blackspotted grunts
- Napoleon fish
Almost around the corner of Umm Khararim in the Foul Bay archipelago. Only 600 meters separates these dive sites. Paradise Reef is also known as Orabi amongst locals.
Fair weather conditions. Weak current. Mild waves. Shallow. Easy for all levels of divers.
Depth 3-17 meters. Interesting aspects can be traced at the southern site with a splendid coral garden, rising ergs like dripping wax candles, overhangs and caverns. You will spot darting fish against a background of attractively encrusted coral rocks. A fine and relaxing dive with adorable coral clusters.
- Leather & tree corals
- Huge coral boulders
- Red Sea Walkman
- Striped butterflyfish
- Klunzinger’s wrasse
- Bluesotted rays
- Sea turtles
Just south of the southern tip of Sernaka Island in the Foul Bay archipelago.
Occasional current. Visibility often limited. Only suitable for experienced divers.
The Kamash was a common fishing trawler that went down south of Sernaka Island in sweeping, windy conditions. Accurate data about its demise have been lost in the mists of time. Urban legend has it that the vessel’s nets get caught in the propeller when the engines were restarted to save it from its grave.
The remains and debris of the tilted vessel litter the sandy bottom at depths of 20- 50 meters. Its superstructure is inhabited by billowing swarms of glassfish. Hard and soft corals are slowing gaining territory, creating their colourful layers on railings. It is highly recommended not to penetrate the wreck The entrance of the service hatch at the helm is pretty narrow.
- Remains of the helm
- Front & rear boom
- Loose car tyre
6 kilometers south of the Ras Banas peninsula in the Foul Bay archipelago.
Fair weather conditions. Occasionally strong current. Varying visibility.
Depth 5-40 meters. From here you should be able to detect the contours of the Kamash wreck, weather permitting. You may wish to include a visit during your drive. However, do not penetrate the hazardously narrow entrance. There’s a reef wall dropping dramatically on the southern site. Compass skills required since the sandy bottom is deceptively uniform.
- Tree corals
- Long barbel goatfish
- Masked pufferfish
- Red Sea anemonefish
- Cone snails
- Clearfin lionfish
25 km north of St John’s Reef and 20 km south of Sernaka island in the Foul Bay archipelago.
Great visibility. Acceptable currents. Umm Khararim accommodates divers of all levels.
Depth ranging from 5-15meters, creating a labyrinthine landscape of caves, grottoes, caverns and meandering passages. This is fairy tale stuff with penetrating sun rays making for a mesmerizing scenery. One formation rises above the surface from the abyss like a coral phoenix . It’s a breath taking sight. Refrain from entering branching site passages and respect the main routes.
- Brain coral boulders
- Tree, table, leather corals
- Giant sea fans
- Cube boxfish
- Giant clams
- Whitebelly damselfish
- Bluespotted stingray
- Red Sea steepheaded parrotfish
- Whitetip reef sharks