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Sharm Rock in Fujairah


Al Fujairah, UAE


Reef Dive


15 meters (50 ft)


5 - 15 meters (15 - 50 ft)

More about Sharm Rock

Sharm Rock is located offshore, approximately 15 minutes South of the Meridian Fujairah with a depth of 10 – 22 meters. This dive site is also known as “3 Rocks Pinnacles” or “3 Sisters” because of its three small outcrops of rocks that peek above the surface. The pinnacles that lie close together has a crack that measures 150m long and 100m wide. There is also a 4th rock but only the more experienced divers venture there occasionally.

The rocks are enveloped in soft corals which provide a haven for a multitude of reef fish such as snappers, large-mouth mackerel, fusiliers, and shoals of jacks which are some of the favorite prey of large tuna that hunt these waters. Other common sightings include the lionfish, boxfish, jawfish, and schools of bannerfish. You can also spot opportunistic predators like moray eels that like to feed on crustaceans, squid, and cuttlefish that are abundant in the area. It’s also possible to encounter turtles, black-tip reef sharks, and stingrays on the sandy outskirts. Occasional whale sharks may be spotted during the warmer seasons of the year which is a real treat for divers and snorkelers alike.

Water conditions in this area are normally very calm and you can expect 5-20m visibility. Its shallow depths make it ideal for snorkeling and different levels of diving experience plus it is also a popular site for night diving.

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The cost of scuba diving in Dubai varies depending on the dive center you choose and the type of dive you opt for. On average, a single dive can cost anywhere from AED 250 to AED 550, with the average price for a single dive being around AED 350. This price usually includes all the necessary equipment, such as the dive tank, regulator, and wetsuit, as well as the services of a professional dive guide. At Nemo Diving Center, We offer a wide range of diving packages to suit every budget and experience level.

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Come and explore the unique underwater world of Palm Jumeriah in Dubai and incredible dive sites in Fujairah such as Dibba Rock, Sharm Rock, Martini Rock, Snoopy Island, and more. At Nemo Diving Center, we offer dive trips to these amazing dive sites, allowing divers to discover the incredible marine life that has made the wreck its home. We also offer a wide range of other dive sites to choose from, including shallow coral reefs, deep wrecks, and drift dives, providing something for every level of diver.

In conclusion, scuba diving in Dubai offers an unforgettable experience for all levels of diver. With its clear waters, diverse marine life, and incredible dive sites, Dubai is a must-visit destination for any scuba diver. Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced diver, our team at Nemo Diving Center will ensure that you have an amazing time exploring the beauty of the underwater world.



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