Scuba Dive at Inchcape 10
SCUBA DIVE AT INCHCAPE 10
Sinking ships to produce artificial reefs is an acceptable practice as long as it uses environmentally safe methods. In Fujairah, shipwrecks are considered recreational diving highlights.
Inch Cape 10, originally known as Jetwise was built in Singapore in 1982 and bought by Inchcape Shipping Services in 1998. Purposefully sunk on 28 June 2003 to form an artificial reef, Inch Cape 10 is the largest and newest of the wrecks. She sits upright, with the bow facing north.
Qualified certified divers will enjoy exploring Inch Cape 10’s mysterious passageways and hatches. She has become a haven for an impressive fish population. There’s a good chance of spotting interesting marine creatures like moray eels, stingrays, sea snakes, juvenile barracuda, and more. Experience a different kind of thrill as you encounter these marvelous marine creatures at close range.
Boulders, limestone caverns,
abundant reef life and a nearby
island to chill out on.
Depth: 12m to 60m
GPS: N25°56’27.2″ E56°27’51.2″
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