Shark & Yolanda Reef is the most famous dive site in Sharm and one of the most spectacular dives in the Red Sea. It is well known for it’s abundance of stunning coral and huge schools of jackfish, barracuda, and batfish that thrive on the nutrients brought in on strong currents.
This map displays a classic dive pattern: dropping in at Anemone City, following the current over the drop off to Shark Reef. The wall at Shark Reef plunges to more than 700 meters. Swimming along the sheer wall of Shark Reef you may encounter huge schools of jacks, barracuda, and batfish. Swimming with the reef to your right you’ll approach the saddle which connects Shark to Yolanda Reef.
Yolanda Reef is blessed with a stunning coral garden and an abundance of life. Rounding Yolanda you will find the remains of the Yolanda, a merchant ship carrying bathroom fixtures, cases…
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