Someone could tend to think that the most beautiful things of this amazing world called “ocean” are at deep.
On average, during a liveabord cruise, the first immersion of a day it is the deepest. All the expectations are usually on that first dive.
However, Sudan has proved us that this is far of being true.
During last week, we had a wonderful second dive (1PM) at Merlo, where we sighted hammerhead sharks, grey sharks and tons of anemones with clown fishes, as usual, surrounded by the incredible corals that you can only find in the read sea (this at no more than 20m/70ft!)
But just to convince us that better not necessarily means deeper, we made another incredible third dive at Sh'ab Rumi (North plato), where 14 grey sharks were playing around us for about 25 minutes at just 20 meters, as if we were in a theater.
At the end of this dive, during the “usually boring” safety stop, we start to listen the charming sing of something that someone could thought that were mermaids. Suddenly, we found the source of that sing... dolphins! They danced for us during 5 minutes just to close a beautiful obertura of this opera untitled “Sudan”.
Blue Sudan Team