Abu Ghusun (Hamada Wreck)

Tour Details

The Abu Ghusun Hamada wreck dive is a popular destination for scuba divers, located off the coast of Abu Ghusun in the Wadi El Gemal National Park, 70 km south of Marsa Alam. The wreck is the remains of the bulk carrier freighter Hamada, which ran aground and sank in heavy seas on June 29, 1993. The ship was sailing from Jeddah to Suez with a cargo of plastic granulate on board. Today, the remains of the cargo can still be found on the beach at Abu Ghusun.

The Hamada was 65.1 meters long and 11.1 meters wide and was built in 1965 by John Lewis & Sons shipyard in Aberdeen. The ship went through several owners and name changes before finally being sold to Phemios Shipping Co. in Valletta, Malta. The ship lies broken in two parts on the reef off Abu Ghusun at a depth between 10 and 18 meters. It is moderately overgrown and accessible to divers, with some of the interiors also accessible.

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Muhammad Mustafa
Muhammad Mustafa, Trip Host

What is included in the tour

  • Two Scuba dives Experience
  • Rental equipment
  • Free photos and videos
  • Pick up and drop from your hotel
  • Water /soft drinks/snacks

What makes this tour special

  • well equipped safety gear and instructions provided to divers for a comfortable experience
  • photos and videos of your journey under the sea with the marine life will be shared with you

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