Shark and Yolanda Reef
Divers often recommend the Shark and Yolanda Reef in the Egyptian Red Sea where they enjoy exploring Anemone City. It is one of the great spots in the world. You get there by boat, no doubt full of anticipation for the teeming anemones and clownfish to be encountered. When you are sated, you move on to two pinnacles rises vertically, Shark and Yolanda. They spike up from a depth of 800 meters so there is a lot to see. The Cyprian freighter is the name given to the second erg since this vessel hit the reef in the year 1980. You will find the cargo lies on the western side. A drift dive is the norm from Shark?s reef to the Yolanda wreck where you will be rewarded with a sea floor full of hammerheads, reef sharks, barracudas, and large tuna.?Glide past the litter of toilet bowls and sinks to smaller species such as jackfish, batfish and a variety of stingrays. The Coral is a wonderful added attraction.
|Depth:?Up to 50 meters.||Visibility:?10-30 meters.||Location:?30 minutes by boat, just off of the Ras Mohamed coast.||27? 43.51′ N 34? 15.508′ E|