Video from a diving trip to the Red Sea in November 2009. Diving at the Brother Islands, Daedalus Reef and Elphinstone. Sharks included grey reef sharks, hammerheads and multiple oceanic white tip sharks.
This large malabar grouper (also known as a 'potato cod') was filmed at Shark Reef, Red Sea by Carlotta Rio for Camel Dive Club. The grouper has been hanging out at this famous 800m-deep reef wall in Ras Mohammed National Park, near Sharm El Sheikh, for the past two months. He/she is apparently un-bothered by divers, so we are able to get really close for great pictures.
The SS Thistlegorm is a British merchant Navy vessel that was sunk at the entrance of Gulf of Suez during the Second World War. It is 130m in length, and lies at a depth from 14 to 30 metres. The Thistlegorm is a world-famous amongst divers for its well-preserved cargo of jeeps, motorbikes, rubber boots, rifles and locomotives. We run wreck diving trips to SS Thistlegorm and nearby SS Dunraven, several times per week, by daily dive boat from Sharm El Sheikh. Filmed by Carlotta Rio.
This amazing underwater whale shark footage was filmed by Camel Dive Club instructor Jamie Godson in August 2009. It's edited by Camel videographer Carlotta Rio. This was Jamie's first lucky encounter with a whale shark at Ras Zatar, in Ras Mohammed National Park, Egypt, Red Sea. The shark was about 5m long and quite curious about the divers, hence it came very close to the camera. Jamie had a second encounter two weeks later with a different whale shark in the Gulf of Suez. Check out his photos of that one on our Flickr page. Jamie's one lucky guy.