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GORDON REEF

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Robert vd brink

14-10-18

Leuke duik. Veel te zien. Enorme mureen, grote napoleonvis. Clownvisjes

30 m Visibility
28 °C - m

Patrick

8-10-18

Mooi duik wel heel druk .enorme murene

20 m Visibility
27 °C - m

Dietn VDK

22-8-17

Napoleon, blauw gevlekte stingray, nudibranch, zeespin, BIG murene (5m) mooi koraal, mooi …

20 m Visibility
28 °C - m

Gordon Reef is the most southern reef in the Straits of Tiran. You'll find shallow plateaus, with the top of the reef sections of the damaged Luilla wreck. This wreck is also called the Lovilla. It sank on September 1981. The vegetation here is mixed. Hard corals are interspersed with a gradual descent of soft corals and huge gorgonians.

Particulars

Permanent residents of the Gordon Reef are napoleon fish, blue spotted stingrays and trigger fish. On the sandy plateaus you'll also see eels and in the depths sometimes white tip reef sharks swim by.

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GORDON REEF Features

Nicknames
Luilla wrak, Lovilla
Address
Straat van Tiran, zuid Sinai
Parking
At charter
Distance
15 min.
Suitable for
Beginners and advanced divers
Permit
N.v.t.
Access
By boat from Ras Nasrani: 15 min
Facilities
Boat dive facilities
Water
Salt
Tide
N.v.t.
Kind of dive
Boat dive
Current
Medium / strong
Visibility
10 - 30 m.
Average visibility
15 m.
Depth
Tot 30 meter
Bottom
zand en koraal
Life
Napoleonfish or humphead wrasse, ray, turtle, whitetip reef shark
Other recreation
None
Emergency
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