27.5783, 33.9247

1161 Logged Dives

Giannis D, wreck

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.

You will see moray eels, scorpion fish, nudibranchs, lion fishes, snappers, trevallies, napoleon wrasses, and octopuses.


TEMPERATURE & VISIBILITY*

This data is provided from the logbook information in the MySSI app

DIVE TYPES

  • Wreck Dive

Level

  • Advanced

Programs

  • Extended Range (XR)
  • Freediving
  • Scuba

Entry

  • Boat

Body of Water

  • Salt

currents

  • no
  • moderate
  • medium

Maximum Depth

  • 21m

Visibility

  • 24m
This data is provided by divers logging their dives in the mySSI App
Wildlife Diversity
  Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
Molluscs
Octopus
Fishes
Snake Eel
Scorpionfishes
Snapper
  Jan - Mar Apr - Jun Jul - Sep Oct - Dec
Molluscs
Octopus
Fishes
Snake Eel
Scorpionfishes
Snapper

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