North of the Red Sea
USD 483 per trip
The North Red Sea Egypt is considered one of the world's top diving destinations due to its stunning underwater landscapes, rich marine life, and ofcourse iconic wrecks. Liveaboard trips to the North Red Sea are renowned for the shipwrecks which are popular dive sites due to their historical significance and the rich marine life that inhabits them. The most famous wreck is the SS Thistlegorm, a British ship that was sunk by German bombers during World War II. Other notable wrecks include the Rosalie Moller, a British cargo ship also sunk during World War II, and the Giannis D, a Greek cargo ship that sank in 1983. These wrecks offer divers a unique opportunity to explore the history and witness the marine life that has made them their home.
Diving at the North Red Sea is also known for its large pelagic species such as hammerhead sharks, oceanic whitetip sharks, and manta rays, which are often seen on deeper dives.
Red Sea North offers a range of dive sites suitable for divers of all levels, from beginner to advanced. However, some dive sites may require advanced diving skills. Advanced certification will be required for dicing at Thistlegorn. The wreck lies at a depth of around 30 meters and can experience strong currents, making it suitable only for experienced divers. Rosalie Moller lies at a depth of around 50 meters and can also experience strong currents. Divers who wish to explore this wreck must have advanced diving skills and experience with deep diving.
Hurghada is a usual departure point for liveaboard diving trips to the wrecks of the Red Sea due to the location