M.Y VIP One Dive Sites

One of the greatest advantages of going on a liveaboard trip in the Red Sea: is you have the opportunity to travel further a field and therefore dive more exciting and remote sites.  Most of the sites we visit, you will find we are the only vessel, this makes the chance of seeing rarer and larger marine life more likely.  Even the most famous sites like Shark and Yolanda Reefs in the Ras Mohamed National Park are quiet and relaxed dives, as your experienced dive guide will choose to dive at different times than the daily dive boats.  Can you imagine the excitement and anticipation of an early morning or dusk dive, when all the boats have left and the fish think they are on their own?

Straits of Tiran

Ras Mohamed National Park

Abu Nuhas Wrecks

Temple

Dunraven

S.S. Thistlegorm

Temple

The Temple is located on the north side of Sharm El Sheikh’s main Jetty.

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Laguna

This site sits just offshore from Tiran Island and is famed for being the area where

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Alternatives

This site is also known to locals as ‘the seven pinnicles’, but divers tend to call them the Alternatives due to

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Carnatic

In 1879 the Carnatic hit the reef and sank after being dragged off course by a strong current.

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Giannis D

In April 1983, the Giannis D was loaded with sawn softwood at the Croatian port of Rijeka, part of this cargo was destined

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Thistlegorm

The Thistlegorm was built in 1940 as a merchant vessel. She was 126m long and 17.5m wide and was commandeered by the navy during the World War II

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Sha ab Ali

Sha’ab Ali is located on the Northern side of the Straits of Gubal in the Gulf of Suez and contains

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Dunraven Wreck

The wreck of this British Steam Ship sits on the Southern edge of Sha’ab Mahmoud, known locally as Beacon Rock as because of the presence of the

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Ras Mohamed

This area forms the peninsula on the Southern tip of the Sinai and is unique with its vertical reefs heading down from the surface into

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