Mouth Watering Liveaboards In Egypt

We offer a range of Red Sea Liveaboard, with routes that gives you a variety of diving options, depending on your area of interest and the level of experience. If you are traveling in a large group, you can even decide before booking a week of wreck or preferred reef dives, depending on your grouppreferences.

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The Northern Red Sealiveaboards

We offer two routes that leave Sharm el Sheikh and Hurghada. The reef at Abu Nuhas is accessible from Hurghada with various wrecks resting on its base. And you can also visit the Strait Gubal and the famous Thistlegorm wreck of World War II. Sharm boats taken in the Ras Mohammed National Park, where the steep coastal cliffs are mirrored underwater with impressive vertical walls that fall outside of 70m or more.

Strait of Tiran has a number of reefs that rise from deep water, where strong currents and dense plankton attracts an impressive number of reef and deep sea species that offer some exceptional drift. The Thistlegorm also has this trip.

The South Red Sea liveaboard

There are several world class dive sites in the Southern Red Sea, and we have several routes. Fury Shoal is an area where many reefs are close to each other, some are exposed and some protected, many walls dramatic fall spike to more than 40 m. There are guns, several caves and groupers and moray eels lurk passages. The variety of coral is gorgeous with beautiful brain corals and fire. Schools of riflemen and anchovies float above the reef until suddenly attacked by tuna in fast motion, while Napoleon Wrasse cruising majestically.

The Brothers are two small isolated reef 33 miles northeast of El Quseir. Big Brother Island has a lighthouse and a coastal reef with a big drop to exceptional depths. Diving is a profound challenge remains of shipwrecks and strong currents. Tuna, barracuda, hammerhead, oceanic whitetip, silkies and reef shark can be seen here.

Little brother is reputed to be one of the most spectacular dives in the Red Sea. The drop is more than 40 m, but the walls are covered with sponges, anemones, soft corals and black coral. Some of the large gorgonian fan corals are more than 3 m high. There are caves, holes and protrusions on the shallowest part of the reef. The currents can be very strong because there is little shelter and strong winds, access is largely dependent on the weather.

Elphinstone is a better place dived early in the day and there is little protection from wind and waves, making a liveaboardvisit so ideal. There are plateaus at each end of 25-40m, but the steep walls delivery to more than 100 meters. It is an ideal place to experience the largest pelagic marine life including manta, hammerhead sharks and oceanic white tip site. Soft corals and gorgonians are lush and colorful.