Oman & Fujairah Dive Sites
This boat was sunk in 2001 and rests amid occasional strong currents. The wreck is below 30 meters which means divers have an average of 20 minutes of bottom time.
This wreck was sunk by Inchcape Shipping in 2002 and it is amazing how much corals have grown on it since then. This is lovely wreck is now home to countless marine life.
She has become a haven for an impressive fish population and there's a good chance of spotting interesting marine creatures like moray eels, stingrays, barracudas, and more.
This small island has long sloping sides that are covered by a variety of soft and boulder corals. It should be dived at high tide as the side nearest the shore is only 4 meters deep.
You can dive around the rock, which is supposed to be like a martini glass on its side, starting off at about 12 meters, moving to 20 and then going back to shallower again.
Just offshore, about 15 minutes south from the Merdian Fujairah, four small outcrops of rock covered with soft corals and provide a haven for all kinds of marine life.
Underwater photographers will have a field day when they explore the Car Cemetery in Fujairah - a wreck site where discarded vehicles serve as artificial reefs.
Aside from being a sanctuary for blacktip sharks, the reef surrounding the island is home to barracudas, trevally, and colorful anemones. This site is suitable for both snorkelers and divers.
This scuba site can be dived in most weather and tidal conditions. If the sea is rough or the current is running on one side, then the other side usually calm.
With its distinctive undercut top, this isolated stack lies 3 kilometers offshore to the north of Lima Rock. This outcrop is about 50 meters in diameter and is almost shaped like a circle.