North and Tiran
1100 € - Main deck cabin
1150 € - Upper deck cabins
1250 € - Panorama view cabins
(per person in shared cabin)
(single cabin supplement + 70%)
Local Fees - € 180 per person (to be paid on board)
Straits of Tiran
9 mars 2024
16 mars 2024
Explore some of the most fascinating shipwrecks in the Red Sea together with wall and drop-off dives by the colourful reefs at the marine park Ras Mohamed and Straits of Tiran. By these dive sites you most probably will see tunas, barracudas, shoals of snappers and jackfishes.
One of the highlights of this cruse is the very famous World War II wreck SS Thistlegorm. This dive site is on many divers "bucket-list". SS Thistlegorm sunk in 1941 while been bombed on its way to deliver a cargo of ammunition and war materials to the British troops in North Africa.
We will also dive by the famous wrecks of Abu Nuhas, the Ships’ Graveyard. Abu Nuhas reef has claimed more ships than any other reef in the Red Sea. The wrecks are covered in corals and they are fantastic for photography, especially the Carnatic, which sunk in 1869.
We will have the opportunity to dive down and explore these sunken vessels, which are now home to a variety of marine life. From schools of fish to nudibranchs and morays, there is always something new and exciting to discover.
Throughout your safari trip our guides will also providing valuable insights into the marine life and history about the dive sites and wrecks. Whether you are an experienced diver or you recently started diving, this safari trip is sure to be an unforgettable adventure that you'll remember for years to come.
Requirement: Minimum AOW and + 20 dives. (It is possible to do AOW or Deep course onboard.)
What is included / not included?
Prices are presented per person sharing a twin/double cabin
7 nights full-board accommodation
6 days diving (3-4 dives included night dives per day, except last diving day (2 dives))
Dive guide for recreational diving
Nitrox up to 32%
12 litre tank
Local transfers on day of embarking and disembarking
Private Dive Guide
Solo cabin occupancy
Crew and dive guide tips