Visit the impressive wrecks of the Northern Red Sea, and dive in some of the most stunning reefs.
Rosalie Moller Wreck
Rosalie Moller is a 108m long cargo ship built and launched in Glasgow in 1910. it sank in 1941 when it was bombed by a German air raid while transporting coal. The wreck lies in an upright position at 50m depth. The main deck is 35m deep and the mast starts at a manageable 17m.
Rosalie Moller is penetrable as there are large gaps, however this is not necessary as the most interesting parts can be seen from outside the ship.
The wreck is teeming with numerous hard and soft corals and fish life. Just a few of the marine species that can be seen are groupers, thousands of glassfish, lionfish, tunas, barracudas, jacks, trevallies and even reef sharks patrol this area.
Shaab Abu Nahas Reef
Just off the coast of Shadwan Island, Shaab Abu Nahas Reef has 4 unique ship wrecks accessible to divers. Each wreck has a different story to tell and a different experience to offer!
- The Giannis D was a 100 meter general cargo yacht built in Japan. It sunk on 19th of April 1983 when it hit the Abu Nahas Reef at fill tilt.
- The Carnatic British built ship hit the reef and sank on 12th of September 1869, making it one of the oldest wrecks in the Red Sea. The ship was en route to India, laden with gold wine and cotton.
- The Chrisoula K was a 98m Greek freighter that sank on 31 August 1981.
- Kimon M is the deepest wreck in the Red Sea with its stern lying at 32m on the seabed. The 120M German cargo yacht sank on 12 December 1978.
Due to the breath taking coral reef eco-systems, the teeming marine life and the plenitude of coral species, Ras Mohammed is considered to be the crown-jewel of the Red Sea. The area is 480 square kilometres including both land and sea. The area encompasses the desert in and around the headland, Tiran Island and the shoreline between Nabq Protectorate and Sharm el Sheikh.
More than 50,000 visitors from all around the globe come here annually to revel in the untouched beauty of these waters where most of the Red Sea’s species of fish can be seen, including sought-after hammerheads, manta rays and whale sharks are just a few of the many sought after species that reside in the area along with most of the Red Sea’s marine species!
Other destinations in this trip…
Dolphin House Reef, Um-Gammar, Jubail Island, Shaab Ali, Shaab Shabror, Seyoul Island,
El Minya Wreck, Mahmoudat Reef, Shaab Mubarak.
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