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King Snefro Sinai Classic Cruise (from Sharm El Sheikh)

Ras Mohammed - Straits of Tiran - Dunraven - Thistlegorm OR
Abu Nuhas - Gubal - Ras Mohammed - Dunraven - Thistlegorm

Please note: You must be a PADI Open Water diver or equivalent to do this trip.

- Dive area with one or more sites      - Wreck(s)
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Whether you're a beginner or an experienced diver, there is always the right dive for your level of experience. Although 15 dives are sufficient for many of the sites, we recommend a minimum of 20 - 30 dives or Advanced level to share the experience of the deeper dive sites such as the wreck of the Thistlegorm (max 32 metre depth) and drift-dives around Ras Mohamed National Park (for example Shark Reef/Yolanda Reef) or on the reefs in the Straits of Tiran (Jackson/Woodhouse - drop-offs/drift diving).

After diving the Ras Mohamed National Park, we pass into the Gulf of Suez and visit the reef system of Shaab Mahmoud where one of the oldest wrecks, the Dunraven (sunk in 1889), and the WWII wreck, the Thistlegorm, are located.

Enjoy the excitement of diving the Southern tip of the Sinai and savour the backdrop of a mountainous desert landscape whilst discovering the hidden magical beauty beneath the waves where nature, by contrast, has provided a spectacular display of colourful coral reefs and an array of tropical fish life.

King Snefro Sinai Classic Cruise - Availability

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Shag Rock - Photo by James Dawson
Bikes on the Thistlegorm