Bluff Point, indicated by the automatic lighthouse of the same name, is located at the northeastern end of Little Gubal Island. This is separated from Greater Gubal Island by a short strait, some of which is tidal and some of which rises out of the water. Bluff Point forms part of the long strait of Gubal, which closes the Gulf of Suez to the south.
This dive starts at the northeasternmost point of the tip and then follows the coral wall diving south to the arched bay, the north side of Little Gubal Island. A strong current pushes the diver in a southerly direction, so it is best to stay as close to the wall as possible.
Along the rounded tip where the dive begins, large Napoleon wrasse can be encountered and often turtles.
- The wall descends to a depth of 35 meters, and in the first few meters it is heavily rugged and scattered with canyons populated by dense groups of scorpion fish.
- Beyond the top towards the south, the wall softens and in 15-20 meters becomes a platform that continues to widen towards the protective bay - the usual mooring point for cruise ships.
- Large moray eels can be encountered on this small roof, sometimes outside their holes. Once inside the bay, swim to the center where a small wreck of a modern ship 20 meters long lies on the bottom at a depth of about 10 meters.
- This is a pleasant, not very demanding dive, which can be done well even at night. In the darkness, the wreck is mainly inhabited by schools of scorpion fish, Arabian angel fish and mollusks, including rather unusual creatures such as the partridge tun.