The Red Sea separates Africa and Arabia along a zone of almost 2000 km on both sides of the tropic of Cancer. This position creates a region of considerable scientific interest. A zone of cultural, human and economic contact between 3 continents well before the opening of the Suez Canal, the Red Sea is a region of fierce contrasts.
At the Big and Small Brothers, the diving is very often exceptional. Certain cruises permit us to observe up to 7 species of sharks, manta rays and giant ocean moonfish. The coral is in very good health and the reef area also has 2 magnificent wrecks. At Daedalus Reef, the superb drop offs are a playground for numerous species of pelagics such as hammerheads, grey reef and longaminus sharks. Zabargad is famous for soft corals whereas Rocky Island and St John's reef stand out due to their coral formation and underwater topography.
This cruise is a classic in the Red Sea, and with all the Team Abyssworld know-how and the rhythm of 3 dives per day, your voyage aboard MY EXOCET will be one to remember.