- north of Hurghada, on the north coast of Shadwan Island (the largest island in the Red Sea), in the Shadwan channel, lies Shaab Abu Nuhas
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- Situated north of Hurghada, on the north coast of Shadwan Island (considered to be the largest island in the Red Sea), in the Shadwan channel, lies Shaab Abu Nuhas.
- This dive site is well known for the wrecks laying on the bottom of the Red Sea and waiting to be explored.
- The submerged Shaab Abu Nuhas has brought passing ships more than a fair share of bad luck. There are 5 cargo shipwrecks on the northern slopes of this dive site, so if you enjoy wreck diving then is Shaab Abu Nuhas definitely a dive site you should consider going to.
- This offshore reef offers at least 7 wrecks that have sunk but only 4 are suitable for recreational divers. And because these wrecks are on quite shallow depths, they are even accessible for beginners in wreck diving. But don’t forget that Shaab Abu Nuhas is also home to a great marine life and beautiful hard and soft corals
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