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 Carless Reef

Egypt, Hurghada

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Datum: WGS84 [ Help ]
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Latitude: 27° 18.8' N
Longitude: 33° 56.45' E

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English (Translate this text in English): Careless reef is located 3 miles NNE from Giftun El Kebir island, south of Shaab Umm Qamar.

English (Translate this text in English): Careless reef is located 3 miles NNE from Giftun El Kebir island, south of Shaab Umm Qamar.

Careless reef is located 3 miles NNE from Giftun El Kebir island, south of Shaab Umm Qamar.

English (Translate this text in English): Careless reef is located 3 miles NNE from Giftun El Kebir island, south of Shaab Umm Qamar.

English (Translate this text in English): Careless reef is located 3 miles NNE from Giftun El Kebir island, south of Shaab Umm Qamar.

English (Translate this text in English): Careless reef is located 3 miles NNE from Giftun El Kebir island, south of Shaab Umm Qamar.

English (Translate this text in English): Careless reef is located 3 miles NNE from Giftun El Kebir island, south of Shaab Umm Qamar.

English (Translate this text in English): Careless reef is located 3 miles NNE from Giftun El Kebir island, south of Shaab Umm Qamar.

English (Translate this text in English): Careless reef is located 3 miles NNE from Giftun El Kebir island, south of Shaab Umm Qamar.

How? By boat

Distance Long boat time (> 30min)

Easy to find? Easy to find

 Dive site Characteristics

Alternative name Careless Reef

Average depth 20.0 m / 65.6 ft

Max depth 40.0 m / 131.2 ft

Current Low ( < 1 knot)

Visibility Good ( 10 - 30 m)

Quality

Dive site quality Good

Experience CMAS * / OW

Bio interest Interesting

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Week-end crowd 

Dive type

- Reef
- Shoal

Dive site activities

- Marine biology
- Orientation
- Photography

Dangers

 Additional Information

English (Translate this text in English): Carless Reef is the most famous coral shoal in the coastal area of Hurghada. This dive site is situated one hour of Hurghada, it is a mid sea reef plateau pushing up from the Abyss.

The reef itself centres on two peaks or pinnacles which brush the surface in an otherwise open sea. The valley between these pinnacles is about 16m deep, and offers a wide range of dive possibilities for those not interested in deep diving. A few metres east of the saddle, a steep wall drops well beyond 40m, with a contoured profile offering many caves and cavelets for the more experienced diver.

Large gorgonians, pushing black corals, coral fish and moray eels (large population of semi-tame moray eels), and some white tip sharks.

English (Translate this text in English): Carless Reef is the most famous coral shoal in the coastal area of Hurghada. This dive site is situated one hour of Hurghada, it is a mid sea reef plateau pushing up from the Abyss.

The reef itself centres on two peaks or pinnacles which brush the surface in an otherwise open sea. The valley between these pinnacles is about 16m deep, and offers a wide range of dive possibilities for those not interested in deep diving. A few metres east of the saddle, a steep wall drops well beyond 40m, with a contoured profile offering many caves and cavelets for the more experienced diver.

Large gorgonians, pushing black corals, coral fish and moray eels (large population of semi-tame moray eels), and some white tip sharks.

Carless Reef is the most famous coral shoal in the coastal area of Hurghada. This dive site is situated one hour of Hurghada, it is a mid sea reef plateau pushing up from the Abyss.

The reef itself centres on two peaks or pinnacles which brush the surface in an otherwise open sea. The valley between these pinnacles is about 16m deep, and offers a wide range of dive possibilities for those not interested in deep diving. A few metres east of the saddle, a steep wall drops well beyond 40m, with a contoured profile offering many caves and cavelets for the more experienced diver.

Large gorgonians, pushing black corals, coral fish and moray eels (large population of semi-tame moray eels), and some white tip sharks.

English (Translate this text in English): Carless Reef is the most famous coral shoal in the coastal area of Hurghada. This dive site is situated one hour of Hurghada, it is a mid sea reef plateau pushing up from the Abyss.

The reef itself centres on two peaks or pinnacles which brush the surface in an otherwise open sea. The valley between these pinnacles is about 16m deep, and offers a wide range of dive possibilities for those not interested in deep diving. A few metres east of the saddle, a steep wall drops well beyond 40m, with a contoured profile offering many caves and cavelets for the more experienced diver.

Large gorgonians, pushing black corals, coral fish and moray eels (large population of semi-tame moray eels), and some white tip sharks.

English (Translate this text in English): Carless Reef is the most famous coral shoal in the coastal area of Hurghada. This dive site is situated one hour of Hurghada, it is a mid sea reef plateau pushing up from the Abyss.

The reef itself centres on two peaks or pinnacles which brush the surface in an otherwise open sea. The valley between these pinnacles is about 16m deep, and offers a wide range of dive possibilities for those not interested in deep diving. A few metres east of the saddle, a steep wall drops well beyond 40m, with a contoured profile offering many caves and cavelets for the more experienced diver.

Large gorgonians, pushing black corals, coral fish and moray eels (large population of semi-tame moray eels), and some white tip sharks.

English (Translate this text in English): Carless Reef is the most famous coral shoal in the coastal area of Hurghada. This dive site is situated one hour of Hurghada, it is a mid sea reef plateau pushing up from the Abyss.

The reef itself centres on two peaks or pinnacles which brush the surface in an otherwise open sea. The valley between these pinnacles is about 16m deep, and offers a wide range of dive possibilities for those not interested in deep diving. A few metres east of the saddle, a steep wall drops well beyond 40m, with a contoured profile offering many caves and cavelets for the more experienced diver.

Large gorgonians, pushing black corals, coral fish and moray eels (large population of semi-tame moray eels), and some white tip sharks.

English (Translate this text in English): Carless Reef is the most famous coral shoal in the coastal area of Hurghada. This dive site is situated one hour of Hurghada, it is a mid sea reef plateau pushing up from the Abyss.

The reef itself centres on two peaks or pinnacles which brush the surface in an otherwise open sea. The valley between these pinnacles is about 16m deep, and offers a wide range of dive possibilities for those not interested in deep diving. A few metres east of the saddle, a steep wall drops well beyond 40m, with a contoured profile offering many caves and cavelets for the more experienced diver.

Large gorgonians, pushing black corals, coral fish and moray eels (large population of semi-tame moray eels), and some white tip sharks.

English (Translate this text in English): Carless Reef is the most famous coral shoal in the coastal area of Hurghada. This dive site is situated one hour of Hurghada, it is a mid sea reef plateau pushing up from the Abyss.

The reef itself centres on two peaks or pinnacles which brush the surface in an otherwise open sea. The valley between these pinnacles is about 16m deep, and offers a wide range of dive possibilities for those not interested in deep diving. A few metres east of the saddle, a steep wall drops well beyond 40m, with a contoured profile offering many caves and cavelets for the more experienced diver.

Large gorgonians, pushing black corals, coral fish and moray eels (large population of semi-tame moray eels), and some white tip sharks.

English (Translate this text in English): Carless Reef is the most famous coral shoal in the coastal area of Hurghada. This dive site is situated one hour of Hurghada, it is a mid sea reef plateau pushing up from the Abyss.

The reef itself centres on two peaks or pinnacles which brush the surface in an otherwise open sea. The valley between these pinnacles is about 16m deep, and offers a wide range of dive possibilities for those not interested in deep diving. A few metres east of the saddle, a steep wall drops well beyond 40m, with a contoured profile offering many caves and cavelets for the more experienced diver.

Large gorgonians, pushing black corals, coral fish and moray eels (large population of semi-tame moray eels), and some white tip sharks.

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Carless Reef
By submerged
Apr 27, 2006
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Carless Reef
By Nano
Mar 29, 2004
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Carless Reef
By Tanduay
Oct 30, 1999
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Carless Reef
By Tanduay
Nov 22, 1998
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Carless Reef
By Cocktaildiver
Nov 30, 1999
- If you are lucky you are here firts in the morning before all the others. It is not called the acvarium for nothing Large shools of black masked fanfishes and a lot of pufferfishes in enormus sice. In the daytime ther ist massive trafic at the surf
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Trip: Egypt
By Tanduay
From Oct 25, 1999 to Oct 30, 1999

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Trip: Egypt
By Tanduay
From Nov 22, 1998 to Nov 26, 1998

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By Jerome_Smeets , 04-02-2011

- Lot of action in the blue, one the places were you still see sharks near Hurghada.
Free swimming moray eels on the plateau side. many times turtles close to the surface.
Love it !

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