Sudan north one way
Sudan north one way

Sudan north one way

Sudan north tour offers dive wrecks, reefs, caves, gorges and the underwater world of Jacques Cousteau. Hammerhead sharks, barracudas, manta rays and beautiful soft and hard corals awaits the divers on this tour.


Itinerary Schedule

Sudan north one way
Dive Sites


THE UMBRIA & WINGATE REEF


The Italian cargo ship sunk on June 9, 1940, the day before Italy went to war. She was headed to East Africa carrying over 300.000 bombs and other war supplies for Italian troops. The reason for her unfortunate fate is a mystery, some believe she was scuttled by her captain for fear that she would fall into the hands of the British. Others maintain that she was under threat from a German submarine. Today she lies on her port side in 35 - 40m.
THE UMBRIA & WINGATE REEF

SANGANEB


The coral reef surrounding the site of the famous British-built lighthouse at Sanganeb has everything a diver could wish for. Rising from depths of 800m, the outer drop-offs boast caves and gullies, and one of the richest displays of soft coral in the Red Sea. In the depths, hammerheads sweep back and forth awaiting a photo opportunity.
SANGANEB

SHAAB RUMI


1963 Jacques Cousteau mounted an expedition to Shaab Rumi to study Red Sea coral life. Divers are allowed to dive the remains of the team's underwater base, the Precontinent II shelf. Marine life is scarce but the metal remains of the equipment shed and flying saucer-like structure, which are now delicately encrusted, are well worth a visit.
SHAAB RUMI

SHAAB SUEDI


Guests are taken to the wreck of the modern cargo vessel “Blue Bell” also named “Toyota-Wreck” which lies keel-side up with the prow at 15m dropping down to 70m. Divers are advised to keep an eye out for tiger sharks.
SHAAB SUEDI

ANGAROSH


Angarosh reef is an exceptional dive site. It is easy to recognize, characterized by a small island plate coral limestone. Angarosh has 2 plateaus; a flatter plateau leads to 25 m, while the other plateau leads to 45 m in depth. This place is known for sharks, barracuda schools and manta rays. This dive site is located in the open sea and is not always available when it is surrounded on various days of strong winds.
ANGAROSH

ABINGTON


Abington reef it just reaches the water surface and is surrounded by strong currents. On the platform there is an old lighthouse that was set by the British in 1900 to signal the ships on the navigation route, the presence of this dangerous reef. The reef is also renowned for hammerhead sharks. This site is for experienced divers.
ABINGTON

MERLO REEF


Merlo reef is close to the Angarosh reef and shows up above the water line. It extends to 450 m in depth. A beautiful dive site for soft and hard corals. The Merlo reef is also renowned for shark encounters. The wreck of the "Freedoom" which sank in 1999 is here very close.
MERLO REEF

Important Note

The schedules are subject to change without prior notice due to weather conditions or other factors. Scuba adventure fleet reserves the right to cancel a booking or change the schedule at any time due to poor weather mise the safety of passengers.

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