Red Sea Wrecks

Indigo Scuba joins forces with M.Y. Galaxy in the Red Sea

Indigo Scuba joins forces with M.Y. Galaxy in the Red Sea

We’ve been diving in the Red Sea since 2005 and, to ensure our customers get the very best service and experience, have always preferred dealing directly with the owners of the liveaboards we use. We are therefore delighted to announce that we have signed a partnership agreement with the owners of the M.Y. Galaxy, a […]

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Diving The SS Carnatic Wreck – Red Sea

Diving The SS Carnatic Wreck – Red Sea

One of our favourite dives in the Red Sea is the SS Carnatic, the oldest of the four famous wrecks of the Abu Nuhas Reef. We’ve written about it before here so won’t bore you with all the details again. It simply is a beautiful dive – the way the light filters through the portholes, […]

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2014 Red Sea Livaboard Safari – Trip Report

2014 Red Sea Livaboard Safari – Trip Report

An action packed, fun-filled week diving the breathtaking wrecks and beautiful reefs in the clear blue water of the Northern Red Sea as well as the desolate Brothers Islands further South. After an 8 hour flight from JBG to Cairo and then flying over the turquoise and indigo Red Sea with its reefs and islands, […]

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Red Sea Wrecks:  The Carnatic

Red Sea Wrecks: The Carnatic

The Carnatic is one of the famous wrecks of the Sha’ab Abu Nuhas Reef in the Red Sea. This 19th century British P&O cargo ship sank in September 1869 and lies at an average depth of 24 metres.  She is 90m in length, 12 metres wide and one of the Red Sea’s oldest wrecks. At […]

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Red Sea Wrecks: Giannis D

Red Sea Wrecks: Giannis D

Wreck diving in the Red Sea is simply some of the best in the world – warm, clear blue water, colourful reefs close by and a fascinating story behind every one of them. We’ve been exploring the Red Sea since 2005 and the Giannis D (often spelt Ghiannis D) is one of our favourite wrecks.  […]

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Red Sea Wrecks:  The Salem Express

Red Sea Wrecks: The Salem Express

The Salem Express was a ferry running between Safaga in Egypt and Jeddah in Saudi Arabia.  Its Captain since 1988, Hassan Moro, was a very able and experienced Master Mariner.  He knew the route incredibly well – so well that he often sailed between the Egyptian mainland and the Hyndman Reefs which lie just to […]

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Red Sea Dive Trip 2013 – Report Back

Red Sea Dive Trip 2013 – Report Back

Our 2013 liveaboard trip the Red Sea was truly fantastic and we spent a wonderful week diving some of our favourite Red Sea reefs and wrecks in warm, clear blue water. We were treated to excellent diving on the Red Sea’s world famous wrecks and reefs.  Here you don’t talk about visibility, you just don’t […]

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Red Sea Wrecks – The Thistlegorm

Red Sea Wrecks – The Thistlegorm

The Thistlegorm is one of the world’s most famous wrecks.  This is one of our favourite wrecks, we never tire of diving the Thistlegorm as it provides a real life glimpse into history and fantastic exploration and photo opportunities. About the Thistlegorm The Thistlegorm was a British transport ship belonging to the Albyn Line Shipping […]

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