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You can also order an individual VIP yacht and choose among three: Royal 1, Royal 2 and
Princess Dina
Advantages of an individual yacht:
– You can choose the direction yourself, you can go to Tiran Island or Ras Mohamed
⁃ Just you and your company
⁃ You can go any time you want, not according to a schedule
⁃ The most delicious food from a professional chef – ordering the menu can also be discussed
as you wish – kebabs, seafood and much more

Tiran lsland

Tiran Island from Sharm El Sheikh gives you the opportunity to dive in the most wonderful diving
places in the Red Sea
Which is considered one of the most important areas for diving in the world,
Including the splendor and beauty of coral reefs and fish, where there are more than 1,000
species of fish and 150 different species of coral in the Red Sea.
Tiran Island is an uninhabited island
The area of the island is about 61 km. The island is located in the Strait of Tiran, which
separates the Gulf of Aqaba and the Red Sea.

GORDON REEF – Straits of Tiran South Reef
This is the only dive site in the Straits of Tiran where we can find a sandy bottom area in just few
metres which is suitable also for Snorkelling activity. In the south part this dive site is surrounded
by a sandy plateau which has a depth between 3 and 20-22 metres.
Continuing with the dive you will reach an amazing vertical wall where Green Turtles and
Pelagic Fish such as White Tip Reef Sharks and Grey Sharks can be easily spotted.

This dive is usually completed as Drift Dive and by gently descending against the reef you will
encounter a great marine life which is tipical of this dive spot; Clown Fish, Butterfly Fish, Giant
Morey, Puffer Fish, multicolor Soft Corals and many Branching Corals.

Woodhouse dive site is located between Thomas Reef and Jackson Reef, with a long narrow
shape, this is one of the dive you can’t miss during your diving holiday in Sharm El Sheikh.
Colored walls are covered of Soft Corals, Clown Fish and for the divers interested in small
marine life, Nudibranchs are frenquently spotted.
A strategic dive site famous for great passage of Pelagic Fish such us Hammerhead Sharks,
White Tip Reef Sharks, Giant Tunas, and Eagle Rays. Current is generally gentle, this gives to
divers the opportunity to enjoy the dive site in full.

JACKSON REEF – Straits of Tiran North Reef
Jackson Reef dive site is located on the north part of The Straits of Tiran. The North side of the
reef can be easily recognized by ‘Lara wreck’ that sunk at the beginning of the 80’s; what is left
today is just a metal frame on the top of the dive site, where the entire boat is leaning against
the reef at 70 metres

Ras Muhammad

Ras Muhammad National Park is located in Egypt on the Sinai Peninsula. It is found at the most
southern tip of the peninsula. The national park encompasses an area of 185 square miles (480
sq km). This was the first national park for Egypt.
Of the 185 square miles (480 sq km), 133 square miles (345 sq km) is marine and protects the
Red Sea Reef. Along with the Red Sea Reef, there are two islands just off the peninsula which
are part of the park’s protected area.
On land, the park protects a small mangrove forest at the end of the peninsula. Further inland,
the landscapes include mountains, sand dunes, wadis, and coastal mud plains.
The Red Sea Reef and surrounding reef areas include both fringing and hermatypic type reefs.
There are over 220 species of corals accompanied by over 1,000 species of fish, 40 species of

starfish, 150 species of crustaceans, and 25 species of sea urchins.
The green turtle and the hawksbill turtle are two of the sea turtles which can be found swimming
amongst the reefs fairly regularly.
The Red Sea is the most northern tropical sea and it stretches 1,400 miles (2,250 km) with a
surface area of 169,000 square miles (438,000 sq km). The Ras Muhammad National Park only
protects a small portion of the Red Sea Reef.


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Daily Tour

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1 person


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