Since yesterday Mohamed and Fabienne are SSI Extended Range Nitrox instructors and so we can now offer this special course in our dive center.

Those who want to go beyond the limits of recreational diving, without having to change the usual diving behaviour dramatically (which would be necessary for technical diving), is right in this course!

The training will provide you with the necessary skills to safely use decompression procedures. Decompression is no longer a taboo word, but a tool that, when used correctly, offers endless possibilities to rediscover the underwater world. For example, we can explore and enjoy the famous wreck “Rosalie Moller” in peace!




Already last year all our dive site maps got a face-lifting and a new design. Finally, we adapt the house reef map to the new style. Thank you very much Mohamed “Bakry” Aish for the artwork.

We hope you like it.

You can download the map from our homepage in the download area like all the other maps.

Sandra & Jens

From the 1st December 2016 on, Sandra and Jens Weckert are going to takeover the management of the Coraya Divers in Marsa Alam.

The former dive center management Tina and Nino Faranda are heading back to Germany due to family reasons. We desire for Nino and Tina all the best on their new way for the future and we would like to thank them for their excellent cooperation.

Sandra and Jens bring a long-term experience as dive center managers. In the last few years they have been managed a large dive center in Makadi Bay/Egypt.

Sandra and Jens can therefore rely on many years of experience and know the country and people as well.

Jens is 39 years old and has been diving for arround 10 years.

He completed his training at the Road and Traffic Administration and worked there subsequent. Moreover, he studied logistics at the Friedberg University of Applied Sciences.

Jens is SSI DCSI, TXR Instructor, Solo Instructor, Sidemount Instructor, SDI Deco Procedures Instructor, NRC Instructor Trainer, VDST / CMAS TL *** and IANDT Full Cave Diver. He
is also very familiar with the technology for dive centers, and he has been trained in several technical seminars such as Aqualung and Apeks.

He gained lots of experience in the diving sector mainly on Mallorca, in Thailand and primarily in Egypt.

Sandra is 35 years young, is a trained hotel professional and studied ecotrophology at the University of Giessen. In England she gained the first experience abroad in a personal-office in a large german company. After that she followed Jens to Mallorca to work together in a dive center and thereafter they went together to Egypt to make her hobby as a profession.

Sandra has been diving for 8 years and loves the underwater world more than anything else.

Sandra’s passion is the organization and management of a dive center, accounting as well as front and backoffice.

After a “little” time out in the last months in Southeast Asia, Sandra and Jens are now looking forward to welcome all repeater guests and the future guests of  Coraya Divers to offer them an unforgettable diving holiday and to show them the beauties of the Red Sea.

See you soon and sunny regards from Coraya Bay Marsa Alam.


Nino, Tina, Sandra and Jens

Today our divers who were diving by speedboat were lucky and could snorkeling with a whale shark for about 10 minutes.

The slow giant is harmless and often curious towards divers. He is active day and night, feed on plankton and mainly pelagic (in the open water swimming). Only occasionally it is also found in lagoons or outer reefs.



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