Indigo Scuba joins forces with M.Y. Galaxy in the Red Sea

Indigo Scuba joins forces with M.Y. Galaxy in the Red Sea

We’ve been diving in the Red Sea since 2005 and, to ensure our customers get the very best service and experience, have always preferred dealing directly with the owners of the liveaboards we use.

We are therefore delighted to announce that we have signed a partnership agreement with the owners of the M.Y. Galaxy, a 5*, luxury liveaboard based in Hurghada. in the Egyptian Red Sea.

One of the top vessels in the Dive The World catalogue, the M.Y. Galaxy is amongst the largest and most modern boats in the Red Sea and with a length of 42.5 metres and a beam of 8.6 metres, she is able to accommodate up to 24 divers in spacious comfort and style.

About the M.Y. Galaxy

M.Y. Galaxy

There are 9 bright and spacious standard cabins on the lower and upper decks, all with personal air-conditioning units and private bathrooms.  There are 2 double suites on the upper deck with large windows and a master suite on the lower deck which is large enough for two sofas and a separate walk-in shower cubicle in its bathroom.

The stylish saloon is huge and beautifully fitted with large sea view windows and comfortable sofa seating.  The separate air-conditioned restaurant towards to bow of the main deck is where divers will sample fine dining with a touch of class.

Like most scuba divers in the Red Sea, you will want to make the most of your time underwater.  The M.Y. Galaxy also takes guest safety seriously and everyone gets free use of the ENOS satellite location and rescue system and Nitrox is available to all qualified divers.

The dive deck of the M.Y. Galaxy is spacious, with toilets, hot water showers and charging points for batteries.  2 large ribs with experienced guides will whisk you away to all the top Red Sea dive spots.

 

About Diving in the Red Sea

diving in the Red Sea

The Red Sea is considered to be one of the 7 Wonders of the Underwater World, harbouring more than 1 000 species of invertebrates and over 200 species of soft and hard coral.  This forms the basis of a marine eco-system which includes 1 100 species of fish, of which just under 20% are endemic to the Red Sea.

The Red Sea offers divers amazing opportunities to spot tropical marine life in crystal clear waters, ranging from sharks and dolphins to pelagics and reef fish, right down to the tiniest of nudibranchs.

Variety is in no short supply and a diving holiday in the Red Sea can include vibrant shallow coral gardens, drift dives and walls, lagoons and caves and a collection of some of the most interesting wrecks you are likely to find anywhere.

Dive with us or make a booking!

Join us on this year’s group trip to the Deep South from 23 June to 2 July 2017 and explore the pristine reef systems of Abu Dabab, Elphinstone and St John’s.

If you are not able to join us on our group trip, we can also arrange a trip for you  at any other time of the year, on your choice of the following routes:

North
South
St John’s
Brothers Islands
Brothers – Daedalus – Elphinstone
Marine Parks South

Please feel free to contact us for more details and to book!

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