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Gordon Reef is a dive site in Sharm El Sheikh. It’s one of the most famous Straits of Tiran reefs and known for the wreck of the Panamanian cargo ship Loullia, which ran aground in 1981.

The underwater topography is defined by a sandy plateau, a wall, and a drop-off to the open water where you can spot hammerheads and eagle rays, as well as plenty of reef fish and gorgonians.

Type: drift

Access: boat

Depth: 30 meters/100 feet

Skill: advanced

Diving period: all year round

Dive site info provided by Amelia Q on Mar 18, 2021

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Drift dive with all family. Strong currents. Looked like watching a film in front of the coral barrier.
Long slow ride, saw lots of little fish and one turtle. Was better shallow than deep

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Ordered by distance, within a range of 25km

Sunshine Divers Club

Email: info@sunshinediversilporto.com Telephone: +201021099819

          Our Diving Center is proud to welcome you to our adventure-fueled paradise in Sharm El-Sheikh. Are you a beginner? Not a problem. Expert? Bring it on! We offer classes for all ages and expertise's. Jump on in, because the water’s fine, the activities are great, and the company is even better!
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