King Snefro

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The Quay

 (27°46.000' N, 34°03.360' E)

 

The western side of the Ras Mohamed peninsula is well sheltered, shallow and sandy. Boots often moor here for lunchtime, on a level with the half-submerged remains the old jetty known as The Quay.

 

The reef is steeply sloping, cut by deep bays and inlets, a good place to look for smaller marine life like the feather tubeworms and nudibranchs. Take your time and watch out for smaller marine life.

 

The coral wall is interrupted by hot sweet water springs which pour clouds of warm water and sand into the sea. Visibility can be limited in this area, but once passed, as good as known from other places in the area.