#1: View looking ESE, from just east of 25N 37E; view from the M/V Dream Island navigation helm, with al-Hasāniyy Island 7 km distant.
#2: View looking south, from just east of 25N 37E; water depth is about 200 m, and shallow reefs lie 400 m away, just out of view.
#3: View looking west across the Red Sea, the Egypt coast lies 200 km distant. The back of Dream Island's upper deck is in the foreground with Saudi and Scuba Dive Flags fluttering in the gentle North breeze.
#4: View looking north into the gentle wind and subdued seas
#5: Snap from video of Garmin GPSmap 276C at Confluence: 24°59.991'N 37°00.001'E; Background shows a detailed portion of a Red Sea nautical chart and overlain ship's tracks from OziExplorer.
#6: Scientific party (James, Karl, Pierre, Tom, Paul, David, Andy, Tubby, & Greg), crew (Jeff, Capt. Levi, Joe, Lanilo, Alex, Renan, & Sixto), chart with ship's tracks, snap from video of Garmin 276C, and M/V Dream Island.
#7: 3D perspective view of the confluence area (red circle) and associated ship's tracks (in blue) from this coastal visit.
#8: M/V Dream Island ship track posted on Garmin MapSource map; Track point listing of 24.99985°N 37.00001°E is highlighted in blue on the map.