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North and Tiran

Red Sea Sunken History

Nort and Tiran / Red Sea Liveaboard

Itinerary in details:

There are more than 30 ship wrecks that rest north of Hurghada. We developed a few itineraries there to visit the most interesting of them, from 19th century Carnatic to World War 2 Thistlegorm. Our dive guides will not only guide you around and inside these wrecks, but will also give you a detailed story of these vessels.​

Two of the world's top ten dive sites, the SS Thistlegorm and Ras Mohamad along with the spectacular wrecks of Abu Nuhas and the Straits of Tiran.

Hurghada Diving Safari

Day 1: Check-in from 4 pm to 7 am (Saturday)

Check-in aboard 

Day 2: Check dives Hurghada

Have not dived for a while? and need to refresh your diving skills before you go diving once again, then you need to do your Scuba Review. With the Scuba Review programme our instructor or divemaster will refresh your diving knowledge. You will relive the scuba safety procedures and information that you have mastered during your initial training session.

Scuba Diving Course
Wreck in the Sea

Day 3: Abu Nuhas Wrecks

About 3 to 4 hours of sailing separate Hurghada from the aquatic graveyard at Abu Nuhas. This submerged reef has claimed more vessels than any other in the Red Sea. Numerous wrecks lie here and the area is littered with wreckage from other ships.

At least four complete wrecks lie here. They are the Chrisoula K, the Kimon M, the Carnatic and the Giannis D.

Day 4: SS Thistlegorm

SS Thistlegorm is the name of one of the most famous shipwrecks. It is located in the Red Sea, in the Suez. Gulf.

The SS Thistlegorm was an English transport ship that was sunk by German bombers in 1941 during World War II.

The SS Thistlegorm was an English transport ship that was sunk by German bombers in 1941 during World War II. 

The wreck, which lies between 15 and 35 meters of water, is a classic "Anders And wreck", ie. a wreck standing upside down. It is therefore easy to recognize the different parts of the ship.

The SS Thistlegorm Wrex, Red Sea
Diving in Coral Reef

Day 5: Ras Mohamed

Race Mohammed National Park is located about 20 km west of Sharm El Sheikh. The waters surrounding the peninsula are considered the jewel in the crown of the Red Sea. It is enticed by the prospect of marveling at some of the world's most spectacular coral-reef ecosystems, including a profusion of coral species and teeming marine life. Most, if not all, of the Red Sea’s 1000 species of fish can be seen in the park’s waters, including sought-after pelagics, such as hammerheads, manta rays and whale sharks.

Ras Mohammed occupies a total of 480 sq km of land and sea, including the desert in and around the ras (headland), Tiran Island, and the shoreline between Sharm El Sheikh harbor and Nabq Protectorate.

Day 6: Tiran

The island is located at the entrance of the Straits of Tiran, which connects the Red Sea to the Gulf of Aqaba. It has an area of ​​about 80 square kilometers (31 square miles). It is part of the Ras Muhammad National Park.

The island, surrounded by clear, blue water, is a paradise for divers. There are four coral reefs in a line across the strait, namely Jackson Reef, Woodhouse Reef, Thomas Reef and Gordon Reef. These were named after the British cartographers who created the first nautical map of the region. Today, divers can enjoy coral reef plateaus teeming with fish and steep wall passes offering exciting pelagic encounters. In particular, hammerhead sharks and the occasional tiger shark arrive on the strong currents that make diving in the strait an eternal adventure.

Scuba Diver

Day 7: Tiran -  Return to the port at 2 pm

Return to the port at 2 pm

Day 8: Check out

Check out

Happy Diver
The price of the trips is not a set fee, it does change and it depends on the date of travel
& the number of the group

Please note that routes and/or departure/arrival ports may be subject to changes due to weather conditions and/or coastguard instructions/restrictions.



Soft corals, hard corals, wrecks, marine life, sharks, and caves

The last dive will be on the penultimate day of the trip at around 4 pm. Divers are recommended to wait for 24hours before flying after the last dive.

Diver int he Reef

- Price Includes: VAT, Fuel Surcharge, National Park Fees, Port Fees, Airport Transfer, Hotel Transfer, Drinking Water, Soft          drinks, Tea & Coffee, Full-Board Meal Plan (All meals), Snacks, Special Dinner, Diving Package,

  Nitrox, Snorkel Gear, Cabin Towels, Deck Towels, Wi Fi internet.

- Required Extras: Dive Insurance (5 EUR per day), Travel Insurance, Visas and Fees.

- Optional Extras: Gratuities (75 EUR), Local Flights, Alcoholic Beverages (3.50 EUR), Nitrox Course (120 EUR), Private       Dive Guide (500 EUR), Rental Gear (160 EUR), Scuba Diving Courses.

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