Shag Rock (Kingston)

Shag Rock is a nice reef with the Kingston wreck laying at just 15 meters deep. This dive is suitable for every level of diver. With the wreck sitting not very deep, you have wonderful lighting during the day, so bring your camera!

Here you will find lots of table corals providing shelter to many fish. The wreck itself is interesting as there are parts in good condition, making it nice to explore.

Level

Level

  • Beginner
  • Advanced
Visibility

Visibility

  • 23 m
Current

Current

  • Light Current
  • No Current
  • Strong Current
  • Ripping Current
DIVE TYPES

DIVE TYPES

  • Artificial Reef
  • Drift Dive
  • Macro Spot
  • Wreck Dive

Temperature & Visibility

Dives

Wildlife Diversity

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Dive sites nearby

The Thistlegorm is the wreck of a British freighter, and one of the most famous wrecks in the world. It lies some 40 kilometers west of Sharm El Sheikh. The wreck lies on a flat keel at 30 m depth. The bridge rises up to 17 m.

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Ulysses, wreck

This wreck sunk at the Gubal Island and lays on its left side. The bow is about 5m and the stern in 27m deep. The wreck is full of glassfish and the mast is covered with beautiful soft coral. This wreck is easy to explore, however, strong currents can sometimes be expected.

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Bluff Point (Small Gubal island)

One of the most beautiful wall / drop off dive sites in this area . Untouched coral reefs with both soft and hard coral. There is a current most of the time, therefore this is always drift dive. This site is recommended only for more experienced divers.

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About 2.5 hours to the north is the famous sister ship of the Thistlegorm. The highest point of the wreck lies at 35m and the deepest at 50m. Often there is a strong current and the visibility can be limited.

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Small Crack

Small Crack is a dive site that is usually visited on liveaboard trips. You dive from the outside reef through the crack into the lagoon or vice versa. This dive site is best for advanced divers.

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Kimon M, wreck

This is the fourth wreck located in the Abu Nuhas area. The wreck is not as big as the others. It lays very close to the Chrisoula K wreck, giving divers the possibility of experiencing both wrecks together as a drift dive, if they have enough air. The wreck lays between 5m to 27m deep.

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One of the four famous wrecks located on the Abu Nuhas reef. It’s about 2 hours and 40 minutes to the north of Elgouna. The bow sits at 4m deep and the stern about 27m. This wreck carries a lot of tiles. The body of the wreck is still in good condition. Exploring the captain’s cabin and the engine room are exciting for the adventurous diver.

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This wreck sits in between the Giannis D and the Chrisoula K. It lays in 22m to 27m of water. It’s not a big wreck compared to the others, but still very interesting for divers due to its famously exposed ribs and the glass fish inside.

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The most breathtaking wreck in the Abu Nuhas area. Very popular with UW photographers. The bow is in only 10m of water. The stern’s max depth is 25m. The stern is laid on its left side, which can throw divers off a bit when they dive through. The engine room is a spectacular sight, full of glassfish, and the mast and anchor winch are full of soft coral.

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Shaab Abu Nuhas

About 2 hours and 15 minutes away from Elgouna to the north, this site his home to a nice coral garden, sloping down to a wonderful coral drop off. This is an easy dive for all levels of divers. There is a current that comes from the north direction sometimes, making it a drift dive at times.

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