Seven7Seas Liveaboard

 

Destination: Egypt

Brothers, Daedalus, Elphinstone, St. Johns, Fury Shoals, Rocky Island, Zabargad, Ras Mohammed & the Northern Wrecks (7 Nights) | From $194++/night

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Seven7seas Quick Pitch

Five-time winner of the prestigious "Best Liveaboard in the Red Sea" award from the German diving magazine Tauchen, Seven7Seas is a 134-foot liveaboard sure to provide luxury and adventure to those wishing to explore the Red Sea. 

 

Location

Operates from the Port Ghalib yacht marina and resort area in Hurghada.

 

Dive Overview

See Red Sea marine life, including a stunning variety of soft corals. Divers experience pristine visibility and fantastic personalized service.

[See: Red Sea Dive Travel Guide]

 

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Accommodations

Types of Cabins, Amenities and Photos

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seven7seas Accommodation Details

The Seven7Seas Liveaboard offers 12 modern and spacious cabins. Guests can choose from 8 lower deck cabins and 4 upper deck cabins. The cabins can be configured with a king-sized bed or two twin beds. Each cabin is fully air conditioned and is complete with an en-suite bathroom with a separate shower. A fridge and safe are also included in the rooms. 

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Twin Bed Configuration Cabin (LEFT) & King Bed Configuration Cabin

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General Facilities

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Salon (LEFT) & Bar (RIGHT)

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Dining Room (LEFT) & Sundeck (RIGHT)

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Dive Deck (LEFT) & Dive Tender (RIGHT)

 

seven7seas Boat Features

  • AC
  • Ensuite bathrooms
  • Sundeck
  • Nitrox
  • Spacious salon
  • Barbecue Lounge 
  • Dining Room
  • Entertainment System
  • Bar
  • Computer

 

Food & Drinks Aboard seven7seas 

The Seven7Seas Liveaboard offers guests three meals a day, created and prepared by their cook with "lots of love." Guests can see the utmost care and attention with which the cooks prepare their meals as they watch them through a glass pane. In the Salon, guests can order both alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks from the bar. The Seven7Seas also offers extensive buffets, complete with several specialties. 

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seven7seas Rates

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Prices are in USD, per person. Mandatory Permits and Harbor Fees not included.

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Inclusions

  • Accommodations aboard the yacht
  • 2-4 dives/diving day incl. 12L aluminum tank and weights
  • German/English-speaking Guide
  • Compressed air or NITROX
  • All meals and snacks
  • Non-alcoholic drinks (tea/coffee, water, mixed-juices)

 

Exclusions

  • Airfare (international and domestic)
  • Airport-Service/Transfers
  • Insurance
  • Equipment rentals
  • Mandatory: Permits and Harbor Fee of €140 (2019) or €140 (2020)

 

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

  • Hammerheads, Dolphin, Soft Corals, abundant reef fish life
  • All dives from 2 skiffs that carry 10 divers each for quick access
  • Water temperature: 74 - 84F, 23 - 29C
  • 5 dives per day, night diving when available
  • 3mm wetsuit recommended in the summer and 5mm wetsuit in the winter
  • Northern Itinerary (Brothers & Daedalus Islands): Up to 22 dives Southern Itinerary: Up to 25 dives

 

Itinerary Overview

The Seven7Seas Liveaboard offers eleven 7-night itineraries: Brothers, Brothers-Daedalus-Elphinstone (from Hurghada or Port Ghalib), Brothers-Daedalus-Elphinstone, St. Johns-Fury Shoals-Elphinstone, St. Johns-Rocky-Zabargad-Elphinstone, Daedalus–Rocky Island–Elphinstone, Daedalus–Fury Shoals–Elphinstone, Daedalus–Rocky-Zabargad–Elphinstone, Brothers-Ras Mohammed-Northern Wrecks, Brothers-Daedalus-Rocky-Zabagad-St. Johns-Elphinstone, and St. Johns-Rocky-Zabargad.

 

Brothers (from Hurghada) Itinerary

  • View the breath-taking soft corals and the diverse fish species of the Red Sea at one of the most popular dive destinations
  • Depart from Port Ghalib at 2 pm. 
  • The Brothers, Big Brother and Little Brother, are two tiny islets situated 67 km from Al Qusayr.
  • Big Brother features a lighthouse built in 1883 and manned by the Egyptian military. 
  • Underwater, Big Brother contains two wrecks: Numidia and Aida. The island also contains almost-vertical walls filled with shallow swim-throughs and hard and soft corals. 
  • The area is a great place to encounter large pelagics such as Hawksbill Turtles and Grey Reef and Thresher Sharks.
  • Little Brother is the smaller of the two islands, located 1 km to the south.
  • The island is also surrounded by deeps walls where one can see Hawksbill Turtles, Grey Reef, Thresher, and Hammerhead Sharks. The "Gorgonian Forest" also lies in the southeast end of the site. 
  • Return to port at Hurghada.

 

Brothers-Daedalus-Elphinstone (from Hurghada)

  • Although Brothers, Daedalus and Elphinstone many be some distance from each other, they offer the best dive sites in the Red Sea. 
  • Departure from Hurghada or Port Ghalib. 
  • Big Brother contains two wrecks: Numidia and Aida. The island also contains almost-vertical walls filled with shallow swim-throughs and hard and soft corals. The area is a great place to encounter large pelagics such as Hawksbill Turtles and Grey Reef and Thresher Sharks.
  • Little Brother is the smaller of the two islands, located 1 km to the south. The island is also surrounded by deeps walls where one can see Hawksbill Turtles, Grey Reef, Thresher, and Hammerhead Sharks. The "Gorgonian Forest" also lies in the southeast end of the site. 
  • Daedalus is a large reef also known as Abu El Kizan. Located 80 km from Marsa Alam, divers can see Manta Rays (from March - October) as well as the usual pelagics. Whale sharks can also be seen during the summer months.
  • Sites like Broccoli Corals and "Anemone City" offer amazing dives full of color.
  • The famous, cigar-shaped reef Elphinstone is known for its steep, colorful walls filled with hard and soft corals. Divers have the possibility of spotting sharks as well as barracuda. 
  • Return to port at Hurghada or Port Ghalib.

St.Johns-Fury Shoals-Elphinstone

  • Departure at Port Ghalib.
  • Dives are made from two skills capable of carrying 10 divers each.
  • Located on the Tropic of Cancer, St. Johns is home to stunning dive sites such as drop-offs, tunnels, and hard-coral formations.
  • St. John's Caves or Umm Kharalim is a popular dive site for photographers, with rays of light that filter through the underwater tunnels.
  • Fury Shoal offers divers pristine coral reefs teeming with fish. The dives here include fringing reefs, walls, lagoons, and drop-offs. Notable dive sites include Sha'ab Claudia and Sha'ab Sataya. 
  • The famous, cigar-shaped reef Elphinstone is known for its steep, colorful walls filled with hard and soft corals. Divers have the possibility of spotting sharks as well as barracuda. 
  • Return to port at Port Ghalib.

 

St.Johns-Rocky-Zabargad-Elphinstone

  • Departure at Port Ghalib.
  • Located on the Tropic of Cancer, St. Johns is home to stunning dive sites such as drop-offs, tunnels, and hard-coral formations.
  • St. John's Caves or Umm Kharalim is a popular dive site for photographers, with rays of light that filter through the underwater tunnels.
  • Rocky Island contains a fringing reef that circles around an island. The reef drops steeply into the astonishing depths.
  • Diving Zabargad is characterized by the huge mountain that reaches out of the water. The mountain is surrounded by a lagoon and a reef. Here divers can explore a couple of wrecks as well as the corals and reef fish.
  • The famous, cigar-shaped reef Elphinstone is known for its steep, colorful walls filled with hard and soft corals. Divers have the possibility of spotting sharks as well as barracuda. 
  • Return to port at Port Ghalib.

Daedalus–Rocky Island–Elphinstone

  • Departure at Port Ghalib.
  • Daedalus is a large reef also known as Abu El Kizan. Located 80 km from Marsa Alam, divers can see Manta Rays (from March - October) as well as the usual pelagics. Whale sharks can also be seen during the summer months.
  • Sites like Broccoli Corals and "Anemone City" offer amazing dives full of color.
  • Rocky Island contains a fringing reef that circles around an island. The reef drops steeply into the astonishing depths.
  • The famous, cigar-shaped reef Elphinstone is known for its steep, colorful walls filled with hard and soft corals. Divers have the possibility of spotting sharks as well as barracuda. 
  • Return to port at Port Ghalib.
 

Daedalus–Fury Shoals–Elphinstone

  • Departure at Port Ghalib.
  • Daedalus is a large reef also known as Abu El Kizan. Located 80 km from Marsa Alam, divers can see Manta Rays (from March - October) as well as the usual pelagics. Whale sharks can also be seen during the summer months.
  • Sites like Broccoli Corals and "Anemone City" offer amazing dives full of color.
  • Fury Shoal offers divers pristine coral reefs teeming with fish. The dives here include fringing reefs, walls, lagoons, and drop-offs. Notable dive sites include Sha'ab Claudia and Sha'ab Sataya. 
  • The famous, cigar-shaped reef Elphinstone is known for its steep, colorful walls filled with hard and soft corals. Divers have the possibility of spotting sharks as well as barracuda. 
  • Return to port at Port Ghalib.

Daedalus–Rocky-Zabargad–Elphinstone

  • Departure at Port Ghalib.
  • Daedalus is a large reef also known as Abu El Kizan. Located 80 km from Marsa Alam, divers can see Manta Rays (from March - October) as well as the usual pelagics. Whale sharks can also be seen during the summer months.
  • Sites like Broccoli Corals and "Anemone City" offer amazing dives full of color.
  • Rocky Island contains a fringing reef that circles around an island. The reef drops steeply into the astonishing depths.
  • Diving Zabargad is characterized by the huge mountain that reaches out of the water. The mountain is surrounded by a lagoon and a reef. Here divers can explore a couple of wrecks as well as the corals and reef fish.
  • The famous, cigar-shaped reef Elphinstone is known for its steep, colorful walls filled with hard and soft corals. Divers have the possibility of spotting sharks as well as barracuda. 
  • Return to port at Port Ghalib.
 

Brothers-Ras Mohammed-northern Wrecks

  • Departure at Port Ghalib.
  • Big Brother contains two wrecks: Numidia and Aida. The island also contains almost-vertical walls filled with shallow swim-throughs and hard and soft corals. The area is a great place to encounter large pelagics such as Hawksbill Turtles and Grey Reef and Thresher Sharks.
  • Little Brother is the smaller of the two islands, located 1 km to the south. The island is also surrounded by deeps walls where one can see Hawksbill Turtles, Grey Reef, Thresher, and Hammerhead Sharks. The "Gorgonian Forest" also lies in the southeast end of the site. 
  • Ras Mohammed is a national park that has been protected since the 1980s. The reefs here are some of the best in the Red Sea and are home to a myriad of species of hard and soft coral. The marine life here include different species of reef fish, sharks and turtles.
  • The Northern Wrecks include dive sites such as Thistlegorm, Dunraven, Giannis D, and Carnatic. 
  • Thistlegorm, sunk in 1941, was a British vessel carrying war supplies. The wreck is 126 meters long making it the most famous and impressive wreck in the Red Sea. The marine life around the wreck includes barracudas, tunas, and jacks; as well as huge napoleons that frequent the stern.
  • Giannes D is the most famous and photogenic of the wrecks, with a sunk cargo ship from 1983. The midship was completely destroyed byt the bow and stern are still intact. The iron parts of the hull and the remains of timber make for excellent shelter for giant moray eels. 
  • Carnatic is the oldest wreck at Shaab Abu Nuhas and the entire hull is a skeleton covered with soft corals.
  • Return to port at Port Ghalib.

 

Brothers-Daedalus-Rocky-Zabagad-St.Johns-Elphinstone

  • Departure at Port Ghalib.
  • Big Brother contains two wrecks: Numidia and Aida. The island also contains almost-vertical walls filled with shallow swim-throughs and hard and soft corals. The area is a great place to encounter large pelagics such as Hawksbill Turtles and Grey Reef and Thresher Sharks.
  • Little Brother is the smaller of the two islands, located 1 km to the south. The island is also surrounded by deeps walls where one can see Hawksbill Turtles, Grey Reef, Thresher, and Hammerhead Sharks. The "Gorgonian Forest" also lies in the southeast end of the site. 
  • Daedalus is a large reef also known as Abu El Kizan. Located 80 km from Marsa Alam, divers can see Manta Rays (from March - October) as well as the usual pelagics. Whale sharks can also be seen during the summer months.
  • Sites like Broccoli Corals and "Anemone City" offer amazing dives full of color.
  • Rocky Island contains a fringing reef that circles around an island. The reef drops steeply into the astonishing depths.
  • Diving Zabargad is characterized by the huge mountain that reaches out of the water. The mountain is surrounded by a lagoon and a reef. Here divers can explore a couple of wrecks as well as the corals and reef fish.
  • Located on the Tropic of Cancer, St. Johns is home to stunning dive sites such as drop-offs, tunnels, and hard-coral formations.
  • St. John's Caves or Umm Kharalim is a popular dive site for photographers, with rays of light that filter through the underwater tunnels.
  • The famous, cigar-shaped reef Elphinstone is known for its steep, colorful walls filled with hard and soft corals. Divers have the possibility of spotting sharks as well as barracuda. 
  • Return to port at Port Ghalib.

St.Johns-Rocky-Zabargad

  • Departure at Port Ghalib.
  • Located on the Tropic of Cancer, St. Johns is home to stunning dive sites such as drop-offs, tunnels, and hard-coral formations.
  • St. John's Caves or Umm Kharalim is a popular dive site for photographers, with rays of light that filter through the underwater tunnels.
  • Rocky Island contains a fringing reef that circles around an island. The reef drops steeply into the astonishing depths.
  • Diving Zabargad is characterized by the huge mountain that reaches out of the water. The mountain is surrounded by a lagoon and a reef. Here divers can explore a couple of wrecks as well as the corals and reef fish.
  • Return to port at Port Ghalib.
 

[See: Red Sea Dive Travel Guide]

 

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Boat Specifications

  • Year built: 2006
  • Length: 134 feet
  • Beam:  feet
  • Engines: 2x 1150 HP MAN Turbodiesel
  • Generators: 2x 120 KW, 220 V
  • Passengers: 24
  • Number of cabins: 12
  • Crew: 14
  • Fuel capacity: 2x 10,000 litres
  • Water capacity: 2x 9,000 litres

 

Practical Information

  • Time Zone: GMT+2
  • Local Currency: EGP (Egyptian Pound)
  • Languages Spoken: Arabic, English
  • Electricity: 220v
  • Payment Onboard: Cash, Visa or MasterCard credit card

 

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