Wrecks, wrecks and more wrecks!!

After the success of many technical safaris in 2011 and 2012 we start off 2013 with a technical safari to the Northern wrecks and reefs of the Red Sea. The trip will have a large emphasis on wrecks that can be found between Hurghada and the straits of Tiran. The wrecks are at various depths so suitable for a full range of technical diving levels.

Wrecks to include:

  1. El Mina = 21m – 32m
  2. Mohammed Hasebella = 21m – 32m
  3. Rosalie Muller = 30m – 45m
  4. Colona V = 53m – 70m
  5. Gulf Fleet = 83m – 105m
  6. Abu Nuhas = 12m – 30m
  7. Thistlegorm = 16m – 30m
  8. Lara = 45m – 73m
  9. Hebat Allah = 35m – 45m
  10. Dunraven = 20m – 30m
  11. Al Qamar Al Saudi = 60m – 95m

There will also be various reefs along the way:

  1. Small Giftun Wall
  2. Shark & Yolanda
  3. Shaab El Erg
  4. Tiran
  5. Thomas Canyon
  6. Shaabrugh Umm Gammar

(N.B – Wrecks and reefs subject to weather conditions)

Once again we will on board the wonderful Emperor “Elite”. With its spacious dive deck area, large compressors and fantastic chef who could ask for more! For more details of the boat simply click on the following link:

http://www.emperordivers.com/liveaboards-fleet-elite.php

The trip is only 1150 euros and is open to all levels of technical diver; open circuit or rebreather. Technical courses are also available on board on request.

Contact us for more details on how you can join our trip. Don’t delay as we only put a maximum of 16 technical divers on board and places are on a first come first served basis.

The trip date is 22nd February 2013 – 1st March 2013

Cat Parfitt – Technical Diving Manager

Tekstreme@emperordivers.com

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