Why We love Red Sea Liveaboards (and you will too!)

The Red Sea is world famous for its historic wrecks such as the SS Thistlegorm, Dunraven, Carnatic and Giannis D and beautiful reefs of the Ras Mohammed National Park. With clear water of the most amazing blue, with temperatures around 28C, diving in the Red Sea is really some of the best in the world.

Here are some of the many reasons why we love Liveaboard diving the Red Sea and why you will too!

The best “value for money” diving holiday you’ll find

As the cost of the package includes your flights, transfers, 7 night’s accommodation, all food, non-alcoholic drinks, snacks and up to 4 dives a day, you’ll be hard pressed to find another diving holiday that offers so much at such a reasonable price!

You’ll dive the Best dive sites in the Red Sea

You will be diving with a skilled captain and crew who will get you to the best dive sites in the Red Sea. The dive guides will make sure you have the very best Red Sea diving experience! Land based dive boats can’t reach all the best dive sites, so many of the sites you will visit are quite remote and pristine.

Liveaboard Diving is stress-free!

You won’t need to do anything, apart from book your trip and pack your bags. Everything else is done for you. Even on the boat – you unpack your suitcase, kit up your gear and everything else is taken care of. You sleep, dive, eat breakfast, relax a bit, dive, eat lunch and have a rest, dive, have a snack and chill out for a while and then do a night dive and have dinner.

Top Red Sea dive sites right on your doorstep!

The liveaboard steams its way from one amazing dive site to another. All you need to do is kit up and roll / jump into the ocean at each dive site. You’ll have pristine reefs, amazing wrecks, schooling fish, pelagics, sharks and nudibranchs all waiting for you as you descend into some of the clearest, bluest water imaginable!

Join us on our next Red Sea Trip, Departing 24 June 2016; when we’ll be exploring the very best wrecks and reefs of the northern Red Sea.

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