Inchcape 1 is a wreck dive site situated in Al Fujairah, the United Arab Emirates. Originally known as Gray Swift 2, this U.S. boat was shipped to Dubai in the ‘70s and used to transport crew and supplies to oil rigs in Dubai and Fujairah. It was purposely sunk in 2001 to create an artificial reef and now lies on a sandy bottom at a depth of about 30 meters (100 feet).
The wreck of the Inchcape 1 is now covered with marine life. The bow of the boat is covered with pink and purple Dendronephthya soft corals. Inside hide all sorts of reef fish such as boxfish, pufferfish, soldierfish, and pennant fish. Schools of trevallies, snappers, and jacks can be frequently seen around the wreck. Barracudas, emperor fish, moray eels, sea horses, and nudibranchs can also be spotted here.
The visibility is not the greatest and averages 10 meters (30 feet). The site is suitable for advanced divers.