These itineraries are very varied depending on the groups request, very often there can be a mix of qualified divers, inexperienced or new divers on training courses, snorkelers, non divers and family groups.
The route can be very varied involving the Northern reefs, Safaga, Marsa Alam, Foul Bay and South of Berenice.
The main idea is to visit high light places or reefs that other boats don’t visit often as the riffs are small and sometimes hard to tie up, unless the weather is particularly good.
Habili’s and lines of Pinicle’s just off main reefs only dived from the Zodiacs. Small shallow wrecks and coastal dive sites in between major resorts, so not damaged by every day visitors.
For example an area called Guwaya approx. 2 hours from Safaga in open Sea. Stands two large reefs approx 10 minutes apart . Very shallow only 14 mts, often used by Safari boats to shelter from bad weather during overnight drives from the South. Seldom dived but very nice coral gardens on the outside and sandy bottom lagoons with small cave formations a hot spot for shy Turtles and Eagle rays.
On our first time here we discovered a juvenile white tip shark in one of the caves around 5 mts deep a joy to observe.
Also South of El Quseir, mid- morning between two large hotels approx 10k apart we jumped from the stationery boat on the first hotel house reef and drifted along a stunning coastal reef for 70 minutes. Fabulous hard and soft corals, mountain and brain corals, big shoals of fish from 5 mts to 30 mts and then drop off to the blue. Picked up by the Zodiacs while M/Y Charlotte caught us up and back on the boat for lunch.
There are many small reefs and coastal dives not normally accessible from land but great diving, but safe and easy.
If your group or dive club does not want a fixed itinerary with just a start and finish point, or a list of highlights, we can cater for all your needs.