Northern Red Sea Wreck Wet Notes

Take Peter Collings decades of diving experience with you as you dive these iconic and lesser known red sea wrecks.

Imagine dropping down to the Thistlegorm with this in your hands!

This is the exact same collection of information on Northern Red Sea Wrecks, that we have in our dive log binder version.

But, It is fully waterproof and ready to go on your next dive.

This set covers common northern Red Sea Wrecks in the Gulf of Suez, Sinai Penisula, and Straits of Tiran.

They contain a wealth of information on each wreck that comes from Peter Collings decades of experience of diving these wrecks.

Egypt boasts one of the most diverse collections of shipwrecks in the world. Many of them lie in the Gulf of Suez, the long stretch of water running from Sha’ab Ali in the south to the Suez Canal in the north. With such a concentrated amount of shipping in this busy waterway, it was perhaps inevitable that such a concentration of wrecks would exist.

In this collection you have detailed scuba diving and historical knowledge on the iconic wrecks such as the Thistlegorm, Dunraven, Giannis D, Million Hope, and Rosalie Moller. Alongside them are lesser known gems, some of which Peter has been directly responsible in locating, all written up in fascinating detail.

This is the full list of 21 wrecks: M.V. Aboudy, M.V. Alaska, M.V. Birchwood II, P&O Carnatic, RSS Cormorant, M.V. Cristobal, S.S. Dunraven, M.V. Giannis D, M.V. Hebat Allah, M.V. Q.T.M.O.S. 1, M.V. Kimon M, S.S. Kingston, M.V. Marcus, M.V. Million Hope, S.S. Rosalie Moller, S.S. Scalaria, T-43 Fleet Minesweeper, S.S. Thistlegorm, S.S. Turkia, S.S. Ulysses, S.S. Zietieh.

This content is a specially edited and distilled extraction from Peter's famous series of e-books. Peter will not rest until he knows everything he can about a wreck, doing painstaking research in old records, and this shows in the historical notes that accompany each wreck.

Alongside the history is Peters dive notes from the many times he has dived them and his experience of getting the best from each wreck. As an avid photographer he also shares where the best shots can be found.

The refill packs are designed to fit our patented compact wet notes system. It takes just a few moments to quickly change the packs using the reusable spiral binder, so you just need one binder and can use multiple refills. You can find more information on how this works here.

We sell the refills separately, or as a special reduced price pack with the 3mm wet notes backing slate, standard sized reusable spiral coil, and cover page.

We print these on tear proof 150 micron plastic and they are completely waterproof.

The set contains 40 pages (20 sheets). For all the information included, the set is still a compact thickness at 3mm and will fit in the 3mm thick wet note and micro slates with the standard sized spiral. If you have the heavy duty 5mm thick backing slate the high capacity spiral should be just right.

Also included alongside the wreck information is an index page of common information and an overview map of the wrecks locations.