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 Marsa Egla

Egypt, Marsa Alam

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Datum: WGS84 [ Help ]
Precision: Approximate

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Latitude: 25° 10.283' N
Longitude: 34° 50.433' E

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 Access

How? From shore

Distance Instant access

Easy to find? Easy to find

 Dive site Characteristics

Average depth 10 m / 32.8 ft

Max depth 25 m / 82 ft

Current None

Visibility Medium ( 5 - 10 m)

Quality

Dive site quality Good

Experience All divers

Bio interest Interesting

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Dive type

- Lagoon
- Big fishes

Dive site activities

- Marine biology

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English (Translate this text in English): This is a very simple site and when I was there, the viz was about 5 meters and no current.
This would a great training site, but the only concern would be the lack go good viz might scare some beginners.
This site has two parts to it. The main part is a grassy, sandy bottom that has relatively poor visibility. The life of this portion of the site is from visitors, mostly turtles and a Dugong. I had the pleasure to dive this site at the right time. First dive, saw 2 turtles and a Dugong. It was nice. The second dive, the same Dugong was still there feeding, saw a couple of turtles again, but also a Seahorse swimming by.
The second portion of the site is about 30 meters South (it could be defined as a different site), but it was full of hard coral in stages and different levels. Saw two baby sharks laying low under some hard coral.
If you dive this site, and I suggest you do, is to start with the main section and if no animals are present, then go south to the reef.

English (Translate this text in English): This is a very simple site and when I was there, the viz was about 5 meters and no current.
This would a great training site, but the only concern would be the lack go good viz might scare some beginners.
This site has two parts to it. The main part is a grassy, sandy bottom that has relatively poor visibility. The life of this portion of the site is from visitors, mostly turtles and a Dugong. I had the pleasure to dive this site at the right time. First dive, saw 2 turtles and a Dugong. It was nice. The second dive, the same Dugong was still there feeding, saw a couple of turtles again, but also a Seahorse swimming by.
The second portion of the site is about 30 meters South (it could be defined as a different site), but it was full of hard coral in stages and different levels. Saw two baby sharks laying low under some hard coral.
If you dive this site, and I suggest you do, is to start with the main section and if no animals are present, then go south to the reef.

This is a very simple site and when I was there, the viz was about 5 meters and no current.
This would a great training site, but the only concern would be the lack go good viz might scare some beginners.
This site has two parts to it. The main part is a grassy, sandy bottom that has relatively poor visibility. The life of this portion of the site is from visitors, mostly turtles and a Dugong. I had the pleasure to dive this site at the right time. First dive, saw 2 turtles and a Dugong. It was nice. The second dive, the same Dugong was still there feeding, saw a couple of turtles again, but also a Seahorse swimming by.
The second portion of the site is about 30 meters South (it could be defined as a different site), but it was full of hard coral in stages and different levels. Saw two baby sharks laying low under some hard coral.
If you dive this site, and I suggest you do, is to start with the main section and if no animals are present, then go south to the reef.

English (Translate this text in English): This is a very simple site and when I was there, the viz was about 5 meters and no current.
This would a great training site, but the only concern would be the lack go good viz might scare some beginners.
This site has two parts to it. The main part is a grassy, sandy bottom that has relatively poor visibility. The life of this portion of the site is from visitors, mostly turtles and a Dugong. I had the pleasure to dive this site at the right time. First dive, saw 2 turtles and a Dugong. It was nice. The second dive, the same Dugong was still there feeding, saw a couple of turtles again, but also a Seahorse swimming by.
The second portion of the site is about 30 meters South (it could be defined as a different site), but it was full of hard coral in stages and different levels. Saw two baby sharks laying low under some hard coral.
If you dive this site, and I suggest you do, is to start with the main section and if no animals are present, then go south to the reef.

English (Translate this text in English): This is a very simple site and when I was there, the viz was about 5 meters and no current.
This would a great training site, but the only concern would be the lack go good viz might scare some beginners.
This site has two parts to it. The main part is a grassy, sandy bottom that has relatively poor visibility. The life of this portion of the site is from visitors, mostly turtles and a Dugong. I had the pleasure to dive this site at the right time. First dive, saw 2 turtles and a Dugong. It was nice. The second dive, the same Dugong was still there feeding, saw a couple of turtles again, but also a Seahorse swimming by.
The second portion of the site is about 30 meters South (it could be defined as a different site), but it was full of hard coral in stages and different levels. Saw two baby sharks laying low under some hard coral.
If you dive this site, and I suggest you do, is to start with the main section and if no animals are present, then go south to the reef.

English (Translate this text in English): This is a very simple site and when I was there, the viz was about 5 meters and no current.
This would a great training site, but the only concern would be the lack go good viz might scare some beginners.
This site has two parts to it. The main part is a grassy, sandy bottom that has relatively poor visibility. The life of this portion of the site is from visitors, mostly turtles and a Dugong. I had the pleasure to dive this site at the right time. First dive, saw 2 turtles and a Dugong. It was nice. The second dive, the same Dugong was still there feeding, saw a couple of turtles again, but also a Seahorse swimming by.
The second portion of the site is about 30 meters South (it could be defined as a different site), but it was full of hard coral in stages and different levels. Saw two baby sharks laying low under some hard coral.
If you dive this site, and I suggest you do, is to start with the main section and if no animals are present, then go south to the reef.

English (Translate this text in English): This is a very simple site and when I was there, the viz was about 5 meters and no current.
This would a great training site, but the only concern would be the lack go good viz might scare some beginners.
This site has two parts to it. The main part is a grassy, sandy bottom that has relatively poor visibility. The life of this portion of the site is from visitors, mostly turtles and a Dugong. I had the pleasure to dive this site at the right time. First dive, saw 2 turtles and a Dugong. It was nice. The second dive, the same Dugong was still there feeding, saw a couple of turtles again, but also a Seahorse swimming by.
The second portion of the site is about 30 meters South (it could be defined as a different site), but it was full of hard coral in stages and different levels. Saw two baby sharks laying low under some hard coral.
If you dive this site, and I suggest you do, is to start with the main section and if no animals are present, then go south to the reef.

English (Translate this text in English): This is a very simple site and when I was there, the viz was about 5 meters and no current.
This would a great training site, but the only concern would be the lack go good viz might scare some beginners.
This site has two parts to it. The main part is a grassy, sandy bottom that has relatively poor visibility. The life of this portion of the site is from visitors, mostly turtles and a Dugong. I had the pleasure to dive this site at the right time. First dive, saw 2 turtles and a Dugong. It was nice. The second dive, the same Dugong was still there feeding, saw a couple of turtles again, but also a Seahorse swimming by.
The second portion of the site is about 30 meters South (it could be defined as a different site), but it was full of hard coral in stages and different levels. Saw two baby sharks laying low under some hard coral.
If you dive this site, and I suggest you do, is to start with the main section and if no animals are present, then go south to the reef.

English (Translate this text in English): This is a very simple site and when I was there, the viz was about 5 meters and no current.
This would a great training site, but the only concern would be the lack go good viz might scare some beginners.
This site has two parts to it. The main part is a grassy, sandy bottom that has relatively poor visibility. The life of this portion of the site is from visitors, mostly turtles and a Dugong. I had the pleasure to dive this site at the right time. First dive, saw 2 turtles and a Dugong. It was nice. The second dive, the same Dugong was still there feeding, saw a couple of turtles again, but also a Seahorse swimming by.
The second portion of the site is about 30 meters South (it could be defined as a different site), but it was full of hard coral in stages and different levels. Saw two baby sharks laying low under some hard coral.
If you dive this site, and I suggest you do, is to start with the main section and if no animals are present, then go south to the reef.

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Marsa Egla
Obok Tanduay
lis 11, 2015
- Second dive : north side . Was beautiful
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Marsa Egla
Obok Tanduay
lis 11, 2015
- Firts dive : the south side. MUCH plastic trash in the water and on the coral.
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Marsa Egla
Obok tova
cze 28, 2012
- Dive number 17. Waves! Wather 29. 200bar->30bar. From SpeedBoat.  
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Podróż: Egypt
Obok Tanduay
Od lis 8, 2015 do lis 12, 2015
Groep: Paul Braeckman Rudy Van Impe Danny Van Durme Ivan De Smet Stefan Hoffman Marino De Ruyck Tom De Rijcke Franky Vanlemberghe  Luc D'haese   
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Podróż: Egypt, Marsa Alam, Orintal Bay
Obok tova
Od cze 20, 2012 do lip 1, 2012

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