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Introduced in 2012, the 29m MV Snefro Pearl is perfect for smaller groups of divers, up to 12. The clever design utilises space and maximises light, offering guests a magnificent Red Sea voyage.
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This fantastic Red Sea liveaboard, the Snefro Love, features 10 well-equipped cabins, each with their own en-suite and air conditioning. She will comfortably hold 20 guests for a relaxing cruise.
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The MY Red Sea Adventurer offers divers excellent value for money featuring 12 air conditioned, en-suite cabins each with their own flat screen. Recent refurbishments ensure a relaxing trip.Red Sea Adventurer
What To Expect on a Shark and Yolanda Reefs Liveaboard
Located in the Ras Mohammed National Park in the Northern Red Sea, Shark and Yolanda Reef is a well recognised dive site visited by dive liveaboards offering dive cruises in this area. Two submerged mounds that come up to within 0.5 metres of the surface and drop to plateaued areas at 15-20 metres make up this incredible dive area. Around the undersea mounds the depth can drop dramatically away to over 750 metres deep. Shark Reef and Yolanda Reef are actually two dive sites, but they are usually referred to as a single dive site or area, and often dived in one dive.
What You Can See
Shark Reef is one of the most famous dive sites in the area and can provide divers with amazing sights. With spectacular reef and fauna, the best time to enjoy this area is in the summer months (July) when hundreds of schooling barracuda, jackfish and batfish appear to give divers a show they won't forget. Currents can however be strong, so a guided dive of this site is strongly advised.
Yolanda Reef is situated right next door and offer an equally amazing dive area to explore. Given its name after a Cypriot merchant ship that sank in 1980, the Yolanda was a cargo vessel carrying mainly sanitary fixtures, bathtubs, toilets and even an old BMW. It makes for an interesting dive to see the remains of the ship, but also it's cargo scattered across the reef for divers to investigate. Marine life encounters range from Snappers, Emperor Fish, Napoleon Fish, Fusiliers to the camouflaged critters such as stonefish and crocodile fish.
Both sites can be dived and explored in one dive by following a specific route led by experienced dive guides. An amazing dive area full of life.
Getting To Shark And Yolanda Reefs
Easily accessed by Egypt liveaboards departing from Sharm El Sheikh in Northern Egypt, the nearest International airport is located directly in Sharm El Sheikh or domestic flights are available directly from Cairo.
Shark and Yolanda Diving Reviews
Oh, those amazing basins ... ;-)Diving Shark and Yolanda in April on the Emperor Asmaa
excellent - what an awesome dive this was - great wall and animal incredibleDiving Shark and Yolanda in March on the Emperor Superior
Super fun dive!Diving Shark and Yolanda in February on the Snefro Pearl
this was cool! we entered at Shark and almost immediately at about 5 meters dived thru a kind of large opening that took us soon on our way over to Yolanda. there we saw lots of bathtubs and sinks and toilets that were sunk ...Diving Shark and Yolanda in February on the Red Sea Adventurer
Nice dive site, comparable to Tiran.Diving Shark and Yolanda in February on the Snefro Pearl
Superb as always.Diving Shark and Yolanda in December on the Emperor Elite
An beautiful place for divingDiving Shark and Yolanda in November on the Snefro Love
Very goodDiving Shark and Yolanda in October on the Blue Fin Liveaboard
Quite a rough current but as always one of the topspots in the national parkDiving Shark and Yolanda in September on the Blue Horizon Liveaboard
EXCELLENTDiving Shark and Yolanda in August on the Emperor Superior
GoodDiving Shark and Yolanda in April on the Emperor Superior
Full of life and coloursDiving Shark and Yolanda in April on the Emperor Asmaa