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Underwater Photo Location: Dunraven

Underwater Photo Location: Dunraven

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You really need to be in first to apprecaite this wreck.
It is a massive big upturned hull that you enter from the back and swim through (so lights needed). There's not much inside.
Your bubbles dislodge all manner of creatures (hence the get in first idea). Some of these are pricly so wear your hood (or keep moving).
It's relatively safe. You can see you exit through the broken hull midships at all times. there's huge schools of glassfish here so your photographers will find some good shots here.
Once out you can follow the reef back up at your leisure to finish the dive. you'll easy get an hour in all.
Facts about Dunraven
  • It is in Egypt
  • Dunraven is in the Red Sea.
  • The typical depth is 0-20 Metres 0-60 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 10-30 Metres 30-100 Feet.
Dive types
Liveaboardwreck

Marine Life
small


Photo facilities
wideangle

by Carl Danvers
At NASA they didn't tell me space was wet!

by Carl Danvers
Shiny side down

by Joao Pedro Tojal Loia Soares Silva
Trinchesia sibogae feeding on hydroids. Canon EOS 300D in Nimar housing, Sigma 50mm macro, Nikonos SB-105 strobe.

by Dray Van Beeck
Karin with 2 stonefish. Natural light.

by Sean Cooper
Common lionfish (evolving). This guy got right in my face, I think he either mistook me for smallfry or was just really optimistic about his chances. Fuji Finepix F50fd with Epoque strobe.

by Sean Cooper
Juvenile common lionfish (evolving) with antheias and fire coral. Taken at reef next to SS Dunraven, Strait of Gubal, Northern Red Sea. Fuji FinePix F50fd with Epoque DS150.

by Cigdem Cooper
Stonefish. Taken at Dunraven.

by James Dawson
Beauty spa for Giant Morays. This cleaner wrasse was being very thorough. Canon G9 and Ikelite DS51 strobe

by Dray Van Beeck
Blenny.

by James Dawson
Red Sea Chromodoris. Canon G9 with Ikelite strobe

by Riccardo Colaiori
Stonefish - Canon Powershot G10 + Canon Housing WP-DC28 (no additional Strobe)

by Alberto Romeo
Divin on Duranven wreck. The Duranven was sunk upsidedown so you can see the keel.

by Hisham Elshafie
Red Sea Starfish

by Hisham Elshafie
Sea Anemones,

by Hisham Elshafie
new Star fish

by Hisham Elshafie
Varicose Phyllidia or Fried Egg (Black & White Nudibranch with Yelow Spots)

by Hisham Elshafie
Nudibranch - Halgerda willeyi

by Dray Van Beeck
boxfish

by John Hill
Humped Halgerda shot with home made snoot on a night dive close to the Dunraven, Egypt.

by Pietro Formis
Dunraven

by Pietro Formis
Dunraven lion

by Cat Briggs
dawn dive on the dunraven

by Rico Besserdich
Panorama shot of the "Dunraven"

by Cinzia Bismarck
SAVE OUR SEAS The massive napoleon of Dunraven with an harpoon on his head, from side to side... He was still alive... no words for this slaughter

by Cinzia Bismarck
Me, my self & I! Selfie @ Propeller of Dunraven wreck

by Pieter Firlefyn
ghost pipefish
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