Red Sea RE Aggressor

Destination: Egypt

Deep South Egypt, Sudan and South Sudan  (7-13 Nights) | From $386++/night

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Red Sea re Aggressor Quick Pitch

Formerly the M/S Royal Evolution, the Red Sea RE Aggressor II is a 128-foot yacht built for comfort, safety, and stability. As the Royal Evolution, the well-known liveaboard had over 15 years of experience exploring the breath-taking waters of the Red Sea Deep South and South Sudan. Joining the Aggressor Fleet in January 2022, the Red Sea RE Aggressor will continue its legacy of excellent service and diving.

 

Why You'll Like Red Sea RE Aggressor 

  • 5-star yacht
  • 3-5 dives a day
  • Free beer and wine
  • Aggressor Fleet service
 

 

Location

The Red Sea RE Aggressor operates out of the Port Ghalib Marina. Guests arriving from the Marsa Alam Airport can avail of the complimentary airport transfers to and from Port Ghalib Harbor. For guests staying at the Silva Port Ghalib, Palace Port Ghalib, or Marina Lodge, complimentary transfers can also be arranged if notified in advance. 

 

Dive Overview

Thousands of species of fish in beautiful crystal clear water with coral gardens, historical shipwrecks, breath-taking soft corals, and pinnacles. There are over one thousand species of fish in the Red Sea, 20 percent of which can be found nowhere else in the world.

[See: Red Sea Dive Travel Guide]

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Accommodations

Types of Cabins, Amenities and Photos

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Red Sea RE Aggressor Accommodation Overview

The Red Sea RE Aggressor can comfortably accommodate up to 24 guests in its 12 spacious staterooms. The Master Staterooms are located on the main deck and are configured with either two single beds or one queen bed. It also provides a beautiful view of the horizon through its picture windows. The Deluxe Staterooms are located on the lower deck and are configured with two single beds and a porthole view. All rooms are fully air-conditioned and come complete with an ensuite bathroom.  Each stateroom is also equipped with a TV and media player.

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Deluxe Staterooms and Ensuite Bathroom


Red Sea RE Aggressor Cabin Details

  • Master Staterooms (# 1 - 2)
  • 13' x 14', two single beds, picture window, wardrobe, bathrobes, hairdryer, fresh towels, AC units, and private bathroom & shower. Mobility impaired accessibility with wider stateroom/bathroom doors, one bed is lower than the standard, special ramp for entering the bathroom, the toilet and sink is lower height, special handles for toilet, shower & sink and no obstacles on the shower floor.
  • Master Staterooms (# 3 - 4)
  • 13' x 14', One queen bed, 2 large windows, wardrobe, bathrobes, hairdryer, fresh towels, AC units, private bathroom, and shower.
  • Deluxe Stateroom (# 5 - 12)
  • 12' x 13', two single beds, porthole view, wardrobe, bathrobes, hairdryer, fresh towels, AC units, and private bathroom and shower.

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General Facilities

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Red Sea RE Aggressor Boat Features

  • Beautiful spacious salon
  • Large sun deck with shading
  • Hot tub
  • Chaise lounges and deck chairs
  • Bar
  • Small library
  • Photo/video center
  • Food & Drinks aboard Red Sea RE Aggressor - The menu aboard is varied and plentiful, with a variety of Egyptian feasts and local cuisine.

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RED SEA RE AGGRESSOR Liveaboard deck plan

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Schedule, Rates & Availability

Red Sea RE Aggressor Schedule & Rates

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Prices are in USD, per person and are based on the lowest-priced cabin. Port and park fees are not included.

[See also: Inclusions & Exclusions and Full Rates by Cabin Type]

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Red Sea RE Aggressor Rates

Prices are in USD, per person and are based on the lowest-priced cabin. Port and park fees are not included.

[See also: Inclusions & Exclusions and Full Rates by Cabin Type]

Trip DatesItineraryNightsDeluxeMaster
2022Jan-27-2022 - Dec-10-2022Deep South Egypt7$2699$2949
Jan-27-2022 - Dec-10-2022South Sudan13$5800$6050
Jan-27-2022 - Dec-10-2022Sudan13$5500$5750
2023Jan-26-2023 - Dec-09-2023Deep South Egypt7$2699$2949
Jan-26-2023 - Dec-09-2023Sudan13$5600$5850
Jan-26-2023 - Dec-09-2023South Sudan13$5900$6150
2024Jan-25-2024 - Dec-07-2024Deep South Egypt7$2699$2949
Jan-25-2024 - Dec-07-2024Sudan13$5600$5850
Jan-25-2024 - Dec-07-2024South Sudan13$5900$6150

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Inclusions

  • Accommodations aboard the yacht
  • Diving
  • Compressed air tanks, weights & belts
  • All meals and snacks, non-alcoholic beverages, local beer and wine
  • Airport transfers are included if arriving and departing from the Marsa Alam Airport on the charter start/end dates to and from Port Ghalib Harbor

 

Exclusions

  • Airfare (international and domestic)
  • Insurance
  • Equipment rentals
  • Nitrox fills
  • Certification or specialty courses
  • Hotel stays/day rooms
  • Dinner on final evening
  • Crew gratuity
  • Mandatory: Port Fee (USD $45) and Marine Park fee (USD $100)

 

RATES & AVAILABILITY

For more information on other departure dates, rates, and on availability email us at info@bluewaterdivetravel.com or call us at +1-310-915-6677 and we will gladly help you plan your dream dive vacation!

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Dive Information & Destinations

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Red Sea Dive Overview

  • Wrecks, abundant reef fish life, multiple macro critters, dolphins, and awesome coral gardens.
  • All dives from the mothership and 2 skiffs that carry 11 divers each for quick access.
  • Water temperature: 74 - 82F, 23 - 28C.
  • A 3-5mm wetsuit is recommended for summer and 7mm in the winter.
  • Up to 4 dives per day, night diving when available 
  • 7-night charters: up to 39 dives

 

Red Sea Deep South - 7 Nights

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  • Day 1: Port Ghalib – Boarding at 3 pm with the yacht departure at 6 p.m. after Port Authority clearance then sailing to St. John or Fury Shoal
  • Day 2: Check out dive at Habily Omran, 2nd dive at Habily St. John Woods, 3rd dive at St. John Woods reef North. Sailing to Dangerous Reef for 4th dive and night dive
  • Day 3: Morning dive at Abu Bassala, 2nd dive at Gota’a Mymora, 3rd dive Fendra Hamara, 4th dive at Habily Wasta, night dive at Gota’a Wasta
  • Day 4: Morning dive at Habily Aly, 2nd dive at Habily Ga’afar. Sailing to Zabargad, 3rd dive at North East Zabargad (Russian Wreck), 4th dive & night dive at South Zabargad
  • Day 5: Sailing early morning to Rocky island for morning dive at North East Rocky, 2nd dive at south West Rocky, 3rd dive at North West Rocky, 4th dive at South East Rocky. Sailing at night to Fury Shoal
  • Day 6: Morning dive at Amphoras, 2nd dive at Abu Galawa West, 3rd dive at Abu Galawa East, 4th dive at Malahi, night dive at Sha’ab Toubia. Sailing at night to Samadai
  • Day 7: Morning dive at Samadai (*Dolphin house) , sailing to Shouna or Um Elrousse for the second dive. Sailing to Port Ghalib and overnight
  • Day 8 :   Port Ghalib – Disembarkation at 8 a.m.
  • *Samadai (Dolphin House ) is a Marine Park area for snorkeling and charges a $9 US fee 

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Sudan - 13 Nights

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  • Day 1: Port Ghalb – Embarkation – Sailing at night to Fury Shoal
  • Day 2: Check out dive at Fury Shoal. Diving the 2nd dive and night dive at Fury Shoal. Sailing after night dive to Shalalat
  • Day 3: Early morning dive at Shalalat. Sailing to Port Sudan
  • Day 4: Arriving early morning to Port Sudan for visa and clearance/local tax (2 - 3 hours), sailing to Umbria Wreck for two dives,  one night dive, and overnight in Umbria 
  • Day 5: Diving the whole day at Sanganeb Reef (North & South plateau) and lighthouse visit
  • Day 6: Early morning dive at North plateau of Sanganeb Reef, then sailing to Shaab Rumi for second dive and third dive at “Cousteau Conshelf” and night dive
  • Day 7: Diving the whole day Shaab Rumi and overnight 
  • Day 8: Early morning dive and second dive at Shab Rumi, then sailing to Shab Suedi for third dive and night dive north Suedi
  • Day 9: Sailing early morning Qita Elbanna, diving 2 dives, sailing to South Merlo for the third dive, and night dive at Shemabaya. Overnight Shembaya
  • Day 10: Sailing to Angarosh reef, diving two dives then sailing to Abington for third dive, night dive Shembaya and overnight
  • Day 11: Sailing to Merlo Reef, diving North Merlo, and 2nd Dive Abington and third dive Habili Ras Shagara,  night dive Qumera or Ras Shagara, and overnight
  • Day 12: Sailing early morning to Habili Ghadban for 1st dive, then sailing to Pfeiffer reef or Abu Sayif for second and third dive, then sailing to St. John
  • Day 13: Depending on weather conditions and arrival time (one or two dives) at St.John reef, sailing to White Rock for the afternoon and last dive, sailing to Port Ghalib. 
  • Day 14 : Port Ghaleb – Disembarkation.

 

Dive Site Descriptions

  • Abington - Marked by a lighthouse, this reef only just breaks the surface and is rectangular in shape and currents are common. If you like turtles then Abington reef is the place where you are likely to see these inquisitive creatures. They are truly delightful and seem to always enjoy having their photographs taken! The reef is also well known for schooling hammerhead sharks
  • Angarosh - Angarosh means 'Mother of Sharks' and is appropriately named because of the number of sharks that are found in this area. 
  • Angarosh has two plateaus, the shallower plateau at 25m (80ft) and the other plateau at a depth of 45m (150ft). 
  • Angarosh is a superb dive site to encounter sharks as they swim effortlessly all around the site. There are also schooling barracuda, other reef fish but the site is most famous for its Manta Rays.
  • Merlo - South of Angarosh there’s Merlo reef. The depth on the east plateau varies from 23m (75ft) to 45m (150ft). For the morning dives you will be on the lookout for sharks, then swim around the Habilli, where you will encounter a plethora of coral fish among the beautiful soft coral formations. During the afternoon, divers will swim along the southwest wall, along amazing canyons and overhangs. Notable during the month of March is the mating season for groupers.
  • Qita El Banaa - This site is an underwater mountain in the middle of the ocean and attracts big sea creatures such as Manta Rays and a variety of sharks. We start in the big blue to look out for the pelagics such as Hammerhead sharks and Manta Rays and you will finish the dive along the shallower part along the reef.
  • The hard and soft corals with their amazing fish life make the drop-off an underwater paradise for all divers, especially photographers.
  • Sha'ab Rumi - Some 25 miles North East of Port Sudan this reef has a plateau at 9m (30ft) and continues with a steep drop-off. 
  • This is where Jacques Cousteau and his team mounted an underwater base in order to study the effects of long-term underwater stays of a diver. The underwater expedition was named 'Pre-Continent II' and was set up in 1963. 
  • The incredible outcome of this expedition was that once fully saturated, the diver could conceivably stay down forever, given enough air to breathe, and most astonishing was that this experiment took place in 1963, by scientists who obviously had knowledge well beyond their years. 
  • The remains of his expedition are still at the site and it is well worth a dive to take a look at the equipment which was left behind. South of Sha'ab Rumi is a plateau at a depth of 23m (75ft). Here you will find numerous sharks, barracudas, jackfish, bump head parrotfish, and almost anything else that you can imagine! Sha'ab Rumi is a 'must' for all visitors! 
  • Sanganeb Atol - Sanganeb is located about one and a half-hour north of the "Umbria". This reef rises from a depth of 800m (2600ft) all the way to the surface. 
  • The Sanganeb coral reef is truly a beautiful place to dive or snorkel. The reef itself has one of the richest soft and hard coral displays in the Red Sea. The British built a lighthouse on the reef and nearby there are caves and gullies for the avid diver to visit. There are two Sudanese men who take turns living in the lighthouse (they rotate every 4/5 weeks) and love to welcome visitors. You can climb to the top of the lighthouse and look out over the coral reef in crystal clear water. 
  • Every person who has climbed the lighthouse comes back with a different number of stairs that they have climbed - they never seem to agree on the number of stairs. Due to the fact that the reef extends all the way up to the surface, Sanganeb is great for snorkeling. 
  • The South plateau along Sanganeb is a fabulous dive site with soft and hard corals, schooling Jacks, Barracuda, Tuna and Snappers are abundant. Grey reef sharks cruise close by with an occasional White Tip reef shark swimming past. Occasional Hammerheads, Silky, and Oceanic White Tips have been encountered here as well as Manta rays. 
  • The North plateau is an outstanding dive. This is a deeper dive with the deepest part at 45m (150ft). Here schooling Hammerheads are common. It is also normal to see Grey Reef Sharks, Silvertips, and White tips. The yacht anchors inside the lagoon where there often is a huge pod of dolphins and we usually get in the water to snorkel with them.

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Sudan South - 13 Nights

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  • Day 1: Port Ghalib boarding 3 pm, the boat departs the dock 6 - 9 pm after Port Authority clearance, sailing at night to Fury Shoel or St. John
  • Day 2: Diving the whole day at Fury Shoal, sailing after night dive to Shalalat 
  • Day 3: Morning dive at Shalalat, sailing to Port Sudan
  • Day 4: Arrival early morning to Port Sudan for visa registration and local tax payment (approx 2- 3 hours), sailing to Umbria Wreck for two-day dives, one night dive. Sailing after night dive to the Deep South “Habili Debssel” (South Suakin) 
  • Day 5: First dive at Habili Debssel, second dive at Habili Debssel or Karem Masmarit or Habili Luka, third dive at Habili Abou Eissa, night dive at Habili Ka’ab Eissa, and overnight
  • Day 6: Sailing to Dart Abida, diving 1st and 2nd dives at Dart Habida and sailing for third dive and night dive to Dart Drarrka
  • Day 7: Sailing to Habili Ka’ab Miam (South Suakin) for two dives, third dive at Habili Dahret Abid or Dahrt Ghab and night dive, then sailing to Sha’ab Jumna 
  • Day 8: Diving two dives at Shaab Jumana sailing to Sanganeb for third dive and sunset lighthouse visit and night dive
  • Day 9: Morning and mid-afternoon dives at Sanganeb North & South plateau, sailing to Shaab Rumi for afternoon and night dive
  • Day 10: Diving the whole day and night dive at Shaab Rumi and overnight
  • Day 11: Sailing early morning to Angarosh for two dives and Abington for afternoon dive, a night dive at Ras Shagara. Sailing to Habili Ghadban
  • Day 12: Morning dive at Habili Ghadban, then sailing to Pfeiffer Reef or Abu Sayif Reef (North Sudan) for second and third dives, sailing to St.John
  • Day 13: Arriving early morning to St. John for morning and mid-afternoon dives, then sailing to White Rock for the afternoon and last dive. Sailing to Port Ghalib.
  • Day 14: Arriving at Port Ghalib at approximately 7:00 AM and disembarkation at noon.

 

Dive Site Descriptions

  • Abington - Marked by a lighthouse, this reef only just breaks the surface and is rectangular in shape and currents are common. If you like turtles then Abington reef is the place where you are likely to see these inquisitive creatures. They are truly delightful and seem to always enjoy having their photographs taken! The reef is also well known for schooling hammerhead sharks
  • Angarosh - Angarosh means 'Mother of Sharks' and is appropriately named because of the number of sharks that are found in this area. 
  • Angarosh has two plateaus, the shallower plateau at 25m (80ft) and the other plateau at a depth of 45m (150ft). 
  • Angarosh is a superb dive site to encounter sharks as they swim effortlessly all around the site. There are also schooling barracuda, other reef fish but the site is most famous for its Manta Rays.
  • Sha'ab Rumi - Some 25 miles North East of Port Sudan this reef has a plateau at 9m (30ft) and continues with a steep drop-off. 
  • This is where Jacques Cousteau and his team mounted an underwater base in order to study the effects of long-term underwater stays of a diver. The underwater expedition was named 'Pre-Continent II' and was set up in 1963. 
  • The incredible outcome of this expedition was that once fully saturated, the diver could conceivably stay down forever, given enough air to breathe, and most astonishing was that this experiment took place in 1963, by scientists who obviously had knowledge well beyond their years. 
  • The remains of his expedition are still at the site and it is well worth a dive to take a look at the equipment which was left behind. South of Sha'ab Rumi is a plateau at a depth of 23m (75ft). Here you will find numerous sharks, barracudas, jackfish, bump head parrotfish, and almost anything else that you can imagine! Sha'ab Rumi is a 'must' for all visitors!  
  • Sanganeb Atol - Sanganeb is located about one and a half hour north of the "Umbria". This reef rises from a depth of 800m (2600ft) all the way to the surface.  
  • The Sanganeb coral reef is truly a beautiful place to dive or snorkel. The reef itself has one of the richest soft and hard coral displays in the Red Sea. The British built a lighthouse on the reef and nearby there are caves and gullies for the avid diver to visit. There are two Sudanese men who take turns living in the lighthouse (they rotate every 4/5 weeks) and love to welcome visitors. You can climb to the top of the lighthouse and look out over the coral reef in crystal clear water. 
  • Every person who has climbed the lighthouse comes back with a different number of stairs that they have climbed - they never seem to agree on the number of stairs. Due to the fact that the reef extends all the way up to the surface, Sanganeb is great for snorkeling. 
  • The South plateau along Sanganeb is a fabulous dive site with soft and hard corals, schooling Jacks, Barracuda, Tuna and Snappers are abundant. Grey reef sharks cruise close by with an occasional White Tip reef shark swimming past. Occasional Hammerheads, Silky, and Oceanic White Tips have been encountered here as well as Manta rays. 
  • The North plateau is an outstanding dive. This is a deeper dive with the deepest part at 45m (150ft). Here schooling Hammerheads are common. It is also normal to see Grey Reef Sharks, Silvertips, and White tips. The yacht anchors inside the lagoon where there often is a huge pod of dolphins and we usually get in the water to snorkel with them.
  • Shaab Ambar - Shaab Ambar is a massive reef system stretching over 5 nautical miles with a lagoon in the center which is perfect for a night dive at the overnight mooring. At the south-east end lies a very nice plateau with a vast sandy area and when there is a mild current the massive amount of unicorn surgeonfish are mindless of divers, great barracudas are seen hunting, and the giant dog tooth tunas come herding their youngsters, not to forget the weary garden eels and the small white tip reef sharks. At the drop-off, when the current permits, divers will often be rewarded with the superstars of the ocean, schooling scalloped hammerheads. 
  • Sha'ab Jumna - Jumna is a reef about 27 nautical miles south of Port Sudan and is marked with a beacon. A lovely reef with the usual, colorful schooling fish and a very impressive topography with crevices and canyons all along the wall and one of the biggest schools of scalloped hammerheads.
  • Tamarishira - This magnificent site is very rich and full of schooling fish such as tuna, barracuda, sweetlips, mackerel, and much other tropical fish. Off and on eagle rays and turtles can be found. The night dives at this site are wonderful, especially during a full moon.
  • Habili Dahret Abid - North of Dahret Abide island, there is a reef not named on any map and it is one of the best dive sites in Sudan. Apart from schooling hammerhead sharks, divers will encounter schools of jackfish, tuna fish, and barracudas. The great wall is covered with black coral and a common sight is white tip reef sharks sleeping inside. 
  • Dahrt Abid - The most southern dive site is on an island located 7 nautical miles from the Sudanese border with Eritrea. The morning dive takes place on the eastern side where there is a small plateau that extends into the big blue. The first part of the dive is actually in the big blue where divers usually see a huge school of hammerhead sharks as well as numerous grey reef sharks.
  • Back at the plateau, under large table corals, divers will see huge sweet lips next to sleeping white tip sharks and many other different types of snappers. Further south-east, along the rich and colorful wall, there is a ton of wonderful reef fish. This site is certainly one of the most remarkable dive sites in Sudan.
  •  The afternoon dive takes place on the west side of the island, where millions of surgeonfishes slowly swimming along with schools of jacks, tuna, and barracudas. The safety stop almost always will be accompanied by a few young silky sharks 
  • Habili Mayam - At a depth of 28m (90ft), Hammerheads are usually seen passing by along this site. It is also quite common to encounter gray reef sharks, silky sharks, manta rays, and dolphins. The drift along this wall is exceptional.
  • Qab Mayam - At this diver's paradise, the reef extends into the blue where a massive school of curios hammerhead sharks comes along as soon as divers appear. Other notable sightings include silky sharks, grey reef sharks, and other large pelagics. The reef and wall itself are covered with soft corals, hard corals, and sponges. This plateau is teeming with life such as sweet lips, white tip reef sharks, jacks, tuna, twin-spot snappers, rainbow runners, and even lobsters during the day.
  • Qab Abu Isa - At 20m (65ft) of depth, Qab Abu Isa offers sightings of schooling hammerhead sharks and on top of the reef there are millions of surgeonfish, with tuna cruising by as well as schools of jacks. The plateau and the reef are covered with whip coral, soft and hard coral, and are a paradise for underwater photographers, especially Hagerda-nudibranch lovers.
  • Dahret Darraka - This is another small island between Dahret Abid and Dahret Ghab. We called it Turtle Island due to the clear tracks of turtles crawling up the sandy beach to lay their eggs. There is a plateau at the south-eastern wall which is at a depth of 25m (80ft) and then slopes into the abyss. The topography of the plateau is the most interesting and amazing part of this dive. Just at the drop-off, it looks like a half-moon and at the eastern point of the plateau, there is a great crevice that looks like a huge chimney reaching up almost to the surface.
  • Habili Dahret Ghab - A large round-shaped reef. At the southern end, the reef gently descends to a depth of 30m (100ft) where there is a small sandy area that continues sloping upwards along the reef to 20m (65ft). The plateau is overgrown with colorful corals which contain a variety of reef fish. Just next to the reef, a giant barracuda is usually seen swimming peacefully and just under the dive deck, young silky sharks are commonly seen. The walls along the east and west side are exceptional, covered in hard and colorful soft corals, with overhangs along the wall and countless reef fish on top of the reef.
  • This dive site offers an awesome night dive with silky sharks and huge lobsters.   
  • Habili Loka - Pandoras Reef. This large patch of reef stretches more than 2 miles. The dive begins where the surgeonfish and jackfish are and where the hammerhead sharks pass by. There are also big tuna and huge barracudas all along the wall. The steep wall is covered with beautiful soft and hard coral and teaming with tropical fish. 
  • Habili Dibesl - At Habili Dibesl, the dive starts after having checked the strength and direction of the current. After having spent some time in the big blue, drifting with the current, usually encountering hammerhead sharks, silky sharks, and gray reef sharks, divers will swim towards the incredible and vibrant reef. Here divers will see lots of hard and soft coral formations covering the area. Divers then swim slowly along that beautiful steep wall teaming with schools of jackfish, tuna fish, and barracudas.
  • Diesel Island - Along this island, the dives usually start at the northern point, all depending on the current. If the current allows, divers will spend the first part of the dive in the big blue waiting for hammerheads to pass by. Once back at the reef, divers will encounter the usual barracudas, tuna fish, and almost all members of the various snapper families. It is a wonderful reef with tons of soft corals.

[See: Red Sea Dive Travel Guide]

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Boat Specifications

  • Length: 128 feet (39 meters)
  • Beam: 28 feet (8.5 meters)
  • Passengers: 24
  • Number of cabins: 12

 

Practical Information

  • Time Zone: GMT+2
  • Local Currency: EGP (Egyptian Pound)
  • Languages Spoken: Arabic, English & French
  • Electricity: 220v
  • Payment Onboard: Visa, Mastercard, or cash

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