A Liveaboard is a floating hotel, a yacht, in general offering round trips, parking at sea over night and a great way to travel in luxury and comfort to meet remote locations that daily boats cannot reach. So you get to see beautiful reefs that are not visited as much as local reefs where the daily boat comes. Or reefs far off shore offering bigger marine life than local reefs. The entire trip will be focussed on swimming and snorkeling or on diving. Can a holiday get any better?
Love the history, the swim throughs and the awesome marine life around the wrecks? Than join us on this ultimate wreck tour.(more…)
Traveling from Hurghada or Port Ghalib/Marsa Alam we visit the entire Red Sea of Egypt. As for tours there are many possibilities and each trip will differ from the other as weather and sea conditions help determine what sites are best at that specific moment in time.
In the following an insight of the type of snorkeling or diving trips we can offer by Liveaboard. If you seek anything that is not listed here, don’t hesitate but contact us. If its out there we can offer it.
Have you ever seen dolphins in the wild? Even better, have you ever been snorkeling with them while you thought you were having a dream? Dolphins lovers, let me introduce to you Sataya reef in Egypt, the best place in the world to snorkel with dolphins!(more…)
Visiting these wrecks you will see lots more than just rusted metal. Learn about their history, enjoy the swim throughs and be amazed about the abundance of life around as the animals have taken the wreckage as their home. A great choice for your first Liveaboard in the Red Sea.(more…)
What an exciting adventure, diving with these sharks is something to never forget. During this week we will dive with as much sharks as possible and teach you in a series of workshops not only how to dive with sharks but also about their biology, how to ID different species, a bit of history, threats and conservation.(more…)
Want a dive holiday? Consider a trip to a liveaboard. These floating hotels give you the chance to visit amazing reefs with small groups of divers, where you can sit and enjoy life and comfort onboard. But what does traveling with a liveaboard actually mean and what do you as a traveling diver have to take into account? What is allowed and what is not allowed and what is actually useful?(more…)