||GPS N 27° 32' 59''
E 33° 53' 49''
||Frogfish and sharks (in winter time)
|South of Siyul Island is an isolated oval shaped reef called Blind Reef or Sha’ab Ruhr Siyul. The reef thanks his name because it is completely out of sight below surface. It runs from the east to the west with winds and currents often coming from the north. The east side makes this place ideal for drift dives along the nice wall covered with soft coral, coral bommies and shallow caves with sleeping sharks in winter time. On your drift you pass 3 ergs who are raising out of the reef wall. Frogfish ‘Ernie’ is waiting for your visit…
Turtles, glassfish triggerfish and angelfish are present in the overhangs and small caves. In the bleu you need to look out for big tuna and jacks.