Red Sea Diving
Where you can do itYou can do wreck diving from Sharm el Sheikh, El Gouna, Hurghada, Aqaba or on board the VIP One liveaboard.
An internationally recognised diving certificate and log book.
The Red Sea offers a range of wrecks of different types and eras, several with historic significance. These are at a range of depths, offering options for divers with differing levels of experience.
A number of resorts offer wreck diving options. The S/S Thistlegorm and Dunraven in Shaab Ali & Shaab Mahmoud are accessible from Sharm el Sheikh.
The wrecks of Abu Nuhas, the famed 'ship graveyard', include Giannis D, Carnatic, Chrisoula K, Kimon M and Rosalie Moller, and are accessible from El Gouna and Hurghada. Salem Express is best accessed Soma Bay and the Cedar Pride from Aqaba.
You can also explore highlights of several wrecks on a week long itinerary on board a liveaboard.
Where can I do wreck diving, and how much does it cost?
You can do wreck diving from Sharm el Sheikh, El Gouna, Hurghada, Aqaba or on board the VIP One liveaboard. Most wreck diving is done on a boat dive - see our boat diving page for prices of daily boat diving packages.
Extras may be payable locally, depending on the resort and dive centre; see dive centre pages for further information. Course materials and certification not included.
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