Scuba diving in The Excalibur Wreck

Access
From Shore, From Boat
Diver level
Novice
Depth
Average: 72.16 ft
Maximum: 72.16 ft
Current
< 1 knot
Visibility
Average: 16.4 ft
Maximum: 32.8 ft
The Excalibur or Suzanna was a 22m/72ft long live-aboard vessel which sank in 1995. It lies on its side in a small sand lagoon and has many openings which can be explored. The Excalibur can be dived by a boat as well as from the beach. The depth of the dive site is 22m/72ft with water visibility ranging around 10-30m/30-100ft.

When to go

All year long. The water is warm year round and ranges from 22 to 28C/71 to 82F.

What to see

Wreck, reef, corals, glassfish, lionfish, seahorses, dolphins, turtles.

Reachable from

Hurghada

Liveaboards with trips to The Excalibur Wreck

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