• SS. Dunraven Wreck

Special Trip Information

A much smaller wreck in comparison to Thistlegorm however still well preserved and interesting to explore, the Dunraven, another British merchant ship sank in 1876 and sits on the seabed between 15-29.5m at an upside down angle. The dive begins from the stern which is the deepest point and allows divers to look up to the propeller before entering the hull close to the stern, then exiting the wreck at the bow past an enormous mass of glassfish. The wreck can easily be covered in one dive, normally even allowing for divers to leave the wreck and explore the coral reef it sits on. As the wreck lies off the reefs close by to Ras Mohamed, this is normally the first dive then the second is made at one of the many sites in Ras Mohamed.

Special trip price
Dunraven Wreck
**Special trip supplement** - 30 Euro
Equipment Rental
Full equipment (excl computer)
25 Euro
Sidemount equipment (BCD + 2 x regulators)
30 Euro
BCD, regulator & wetsuit
20 Euro
BCD or regulator
9 Euro
Wetsuit full
5 Euro
Wetsuit short
5 Euro
Mask
5 Euro
Fins
5 Euro
Complete snorkel set
10 Euro
Dive computer
8 Euro
Torch
8 Euro
 
Dunraven Wreck Specs
Depth: 18m - 28M
Location: 27 42 15 N / 34 07 30 E
Length: 81.6m (267ft)
 

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