Egypt Red Sea Liveaboard Diving

Red Sea - Egypt - Liveaboards

One of the best ways to explore the Red Sea is to venture out on a liveaboard cruise. Together with other happy divers, you will be transfered directly from the airport to the boat that will be your home during a fantastic few days. Our boats travel to different areas of the Red Sea, both in the north and the south. Each area has its highlights and it is hard to say if one is better then the other. Click on the name of a boat on the left hand side to read more about it's specific features.

The route information will allow you to have a sneak peak at what awaits you underwater!

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Liveaboard Packages

northern safaris

Northern Red Sea Safaris

These safaris have a departure point in either Sharm el Sheikh or Hurghada. The northern Red Sea is seen as everything north of Brother Islands up to the Straits of Tiran and the Suez. All safaris listed on this website are examples of what may be included. Safari routes may be changed due to weather or in order to find the best marine life at that particular time.

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southern safaris

Southern Red Sea Safaris

These routes have a departure point in either Safaga, Marsa Alam or Hamata. The southern Red Sea is seen as everything south of Brother Islands and down to the border of Sudan. All safaris listed on this website are examples of what may be included.

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northern wrecks

Northern Red Sea Wrecks

Do you love wreck diving? Well, this could be the package for you. Experience some of Egypt's famous wrecks on a focused liveaboard tour. This package features sites such as the Thistlegorm, Giannis D, Million Hope and many more. Find Out More...

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Southern Red Sea Wrecks

Do you love wreck diving? Well, this could be the package for you. Experience some of Egypt's famous wrecks on a focused liveaboard tour. This package features sites such as the Numibia, Aida, Atlas, Hamada and many more.

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