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  2.  At the gate of the Straits of Gubal is 'Bluff Point', which will get its name from the turbulence created by strong currents that beat the japanese wall of the island. The wreck of the 'Ulysses' lies on the reef 300m north of the lighthouse, beginning at 5m and sloping to 25m. 'The Barge' wreck, south of the lighthouse, provides divers with a fun and strange night dive.
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  4.  Only visited in calm weather, it's typically attainable to see reef sharks here because of the rare boat site visitors. Spend a day trip on the water with a snorkeling journey from Hurghada. Take advantage of the marvelous heat weather in Hurghada with a full-time out on the Red Sea. Big Brother has two intact wrecks, that are at depths of 10-80m on the western &amp; northern sides. Aida was a seventy five-metre--lengthy Italian troop–transporting ship that sank in 1957 and sits at a depth of metres on Big Brother's western aspect.
  5.  I would like to share our incredibly scuba diving experience with Marina Divers dive middle, located on” Satil” dive website in Eilat – Israel. I and my boyfriend Joshua, we present in Google a good wanting website in English. We booked an 8 days diving bundle “The Pearl of the Red sea”, included accommodation, meals, 10 dives, entrances to the Dolphin reef and transfers.
  6.  <div itemscope="" itemprop="mainEntity" itemtype="https://schema.org/Question">       <div itemprop="name">           <h2>Is the Red Sea warm in January?</h2>          </div>       <div itemscope="" itemprop="acceptedAnswer" itemtype="https://schema.org/Answer">           <div itemprop="text">               <p>You'll need plenty of sunblock, because the weather in Red Sea in January reaches an average daytime high temperature of 29&deg;C. https://quillharp8.doodlekit.com/blog/entry/11121496/scuba-diving-in-red-sea-hurghada-padi The usual temperature is around 23&deg;C. The sea temperature's warm at 23&deg;C on average.</p>              </div>          </div>     </div>
  7.  Anchor - Named for the big anchor resting close to the pinnacle where the dive boat is moored. Moving away from this pinnacle, divers cross a coral garden to a sequence of pinnacles with nice corals and enormous variety of reef fish etc. Erg Abu Nugar - this dive web site consists of a collection of pinnacles with a gotta at one end and a really giant pinnacle at the different. This is a shallow dive web site, max depth 14 meters, but there is a nice variety of marine life to see. The pinnacles are coated in stunning corals and smaller reef fish, with cornet fish, tuna, jackfish and sometimes barracuda looking them.
  8.  <ul>       <li>The wreck of the ‘Ulysses’ lies on the reef 300m north of the lighthouse, starting at 5m and sloping to 25m.</li>     </ul>
  9.  Due to its size and the way it lies, it is possible to do two or more dives at Numidia in one day and nonetheless need more. Apparently, dolphins and even manta rays have been seen on the house reef. For any non-divers in your get together, much of the coral and fish life comes proper to the floor, so snorkellers will be of their factor.
  10.  Numidia was a one hundred thirty-metre-long British cargo ship that sank in 1901 on its way from England to India. All of the crew have been rescued safely, after the captain ordered them to desert ship. Numidia sank very slowly, over a period of a number of weeks while its cargo was offloaded. It lies on a very steep slope on the northern fringe of Big Brother, with its keel wedged in the reef at a depth of roughly 85 metres. The shallowest part of the wreck is the bow, at a depth of 10 metres.
  11.  There are 2 massive pinnacles standing on a plateau starting at 10 meters and drop offs on all sides. There is the possibility to see all kinds of marine life on the pinnacles or the smaller pinnacles on the plateau and the potential of spotting a reef shark on quiet days.
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  13.  In the coral backyard around the pinnacles there is a chance to see rays, puffer fish and perhaps a turtle. This dive web site to the north east of El Gouna features a shallow plateau with many pinnacles, coral formations and a big coral garden.