A rich collection of itineraries in Egyptian and Sudanese Red sea for divers, cruise travelers and watersports-lovers

Sudan South

A fascinating itinerary offering magnificent coral reefs, islands, famous wrecks, vivid marine life, schooling pelagics, reef fishes, silky sharks at Protector reef, mantas, barracudas, tuna, hammerheads at Jumna and Logan, turtles in Seilada, grey sharks and hammerheads in Shaab Ambar, white-tip shark at almost every reef and endless colors variations of corals.

Wingate reef & Umbria wreck

The Umbria built in Hamburg in 1912 and sunk in 1940 near Port Sudan is known as one of the best wrecks in the world to dive, so attracting divers to Sudan. 155m long, 18m wide, she rests almost intact with its precious cargo at the depth of 5-35m. On its final voyage in 1940, being in the hands of the Italians transporting over 350,000 bombs, cars, ammunition she was scuttled by the captain and sank in order not to be captured by British troops. It is possible to dive all around the wreck and to penetrate easily to the most of the sections. 



The large coral barrier 14 miles from Port Sudan where the famous British built lighthouse of 1906 rises up. It is possible to go up to the top of it between the dives. The reef forested by table corals is a home to large shoals of pelagics, colorful reef fish and an abundance of reef sharks.

Shaab Ambar

A large coral barrier reef with secluded lagoon close to Swakin Archipelago islands offering wall-diving, interesting night-diving and providing a safe haven for the night when visiting the islands of Swakin to the South. 


The most Northern reef of Swakin Archipelago with its lush walls, caves and endless coral formations hosting schools of hammerheads and mantas, pelagics and miniature nudibranches, rays and coral fishes of all possible colours.

Keary & Logan

Two small beautiful reefs beside each other with a lush plateaus and vertical walls boasting endless bushes of whip corals and sea fans. Coral formations are colonized by soft corals. Reefs are inhabited by coral fishes, pelagics and patrolled by hammerheads.


A reef which original name is Nakhalat but known to divers as Pinnacle is a tower rising up from the depth covered with bright-colored Whip corals and Acroporas. The large cave at 45m depth hides giant groupers. Shoals of tunas, trevallies, barracudas and jacks are circling slowly around. Hammerheads, silky, grey, white-tip and fox sharks can appear from the blue when the current is right.

Seilada Kebir

Seilada Kebir, a small island of white sand, is a nesting point of turtles where in late spring you can see them crawling out of water to lay the eggs and during the rest time of the year you will meet them near the island.


Pender reef is a beautiful coral tower attracting busy marine life: coral fish, schools of tuna and jack-fish, hammerheads


A reef with a long plateau dotted by many large madreporic blocks which almost reach the surface. Stunning coral shapes wrapped in fish clouds attract sharks, hammerheads, tunas, jacks, barracudas.


Another unforgettable and lush coral reef of Suakin Archipelago with rich underwater photography possibilities.

Important Note

The time, sites and ports of this itinerary are subject to change at any time without prior notice due to weather conditions or other factors. Direct transfers to/from the yacht are always included. Egyptian Cruising Company reserves the right to cancel the booking for the safety of passengers if it is not possible to change the time and route due to poor weather conditions.