Are there any credible historical evidences behind red/reed sea crossing? Besides, of course, the Torah.
Currently, there is no definitive evidence of the crossing of Yam Suf. This if or a couple of reasons.
- There is disagreement about which body of water is called "Yam Suf"
- There is disagreement about what sort of evidence would prove that "Yam Suf" happened. The reason for this is that the Midrashim creates many stories with conflicting information as to what we should expect to look for. For example, are we looking for 12 paths, that return back to the same shore, or 1 path that leads to the other side of the yam? Are we looking for evidence of plants and bread being grown into the ocean walls? Are we looking for Egyptian armor and tools, or did those wash ashore to the Israelites for them to use in the war with Amalek later on?
However, there is a person who has created a video which you can find online, which claims to have found wheels and axles of Egyptian chariots in a body of water near egypt and some high cliffs. I'm not linking to it, because I don't think this person needs links to their site.
Interestingly, there are also some computer models that show how a eastern wind could split the sea in a specific part of the Nile Delta, which until now has not been considered as a location for the crossing.
Neither the computer models, nor the research of the guy in the video I mentioned above count as 'credible evidence' in most people's minds.