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 Marsa Abu Dabab South

Egypt, Marsa Alam

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Datum: WGS84 [ Help ]
Precision: Approximate

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Latitude: 25° 20.25' N
Longitude: 34° 44.517' E

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How? From shore

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 Dive site Characteristics

Average depth 10 m / 32.8 ft

Max depth 16 m / 52.5 ft

Current None

Visibility Good ( 10 - 30 m)


Dive site quality Good

Experience All divers

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Dive type

- Lagoon
- Reef

Dive site activities

- Marine biology
- Snorkeling / Free diving
- Photography


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Voyage : Egypt
De Tanduay
Du 8 nov. 2015 au 12 nov. 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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Voyage : Egypt - Marsa Alam
De maremagna
Du 28 avril 2012 au 5 mai 2012


Voyage : Egypt, Marsa Alam, Pensee Azur (Utopia)
De tova
Du 18 sept. 2011 au 28 sept. 2011

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Voyage : Egypt - Marsa Alam
De maremagna
Du 30 avril 2011 au 8 mai 2011


Voyage : Egypte
De Tanduay
Du 10 sept. 2010 au 18 sept. 2010



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By BryanF , 21-08-2012

Pleasant Little Dives - South and The Sea Grass - Abu Dabbab South is a pleasant little dive on a pretty reef with healthy corals and plenty of sea life including rays and a moray. The number of snorkellers was overwhelming but the reef is a little too deep for most of them so there's no real impact other than the crowd. The sea grass dive between South and North was disappointing as the visibility (19 Aug 12) was poor and the sea grass has clearly been eaten down a lot since the photos in the gallery on Wannadive were taken in 2010. Again, there were a lot of snorkellers who probably scared the dugong although there were plenty of big green turtles.

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