Liveaboard Review

The Grand Sea Serpent is dubbed as one of the finest diving boats amongst divers. It is an impressive and sleek diving boat and is perfect for all kinds of diving experiences. Lots of divers who have experienced it first-hand describe it as one the best diving boats out there. About 41 meters long, the Grand Sea Serpent is very spacious and can accommodate up to 24 divers at the same time. It is constructed to offer full comfort and safe diving experiences. The Grand Sea Serpent also provides free Nitrox for all certified divers.
With 12 en-suite cabins, free Wi-Fi, the best entertainment setup, as well as luxurious accommodation, it is built to cater to all kinds of divers. And it is of course fully licensed to explore the Red Sea.

Our Overall Review


Things we like:

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    Divers said the appreciated the long diving times they were given to explore and venture about.
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    Some people were happy with the saloon and amenities were great and the areas very spacious.
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    The crew was friendly and hospitable making the whole trip feel like a home away from home.
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    Many said they would come back for another awesome experience on board the Grand Sea Serpent.

Things we don't like:

  • check-markSome divers said that the weather wasn't favorable for diving.
  • check-markMany people were taken back by the dive locations as they thought they were going to rocky/Zabargad instead ended up at Daedalus.

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Diving on the Grand Sea Serpent liveaboard in Egypt

The Grand Sea Serpent is a pretty yacht with lavish qualities built by divers to help enhance your sea trips become more adventurous and exhilarating. The boat is betrothed to escorting you to explore the remote and unspoiled reefs in the quiet of the night and morning when the marine sphere is at its best. The great boat will help you in achieving your liveaboard diving fantasies with the highest standards of quality.

Features of the Boat

The Magnificent M/Y Grand Sea Serpent offers 12 en-suite cabins to accommodate 24 divers. The setting of each suite has been wired to suit the taste of the divers, which are necessary for a comfortable adventurous trip. All rooms have the same facilities with private showers, air conditioning, and minibars. The lounge zone of Grand Sea Serpent is spacious; it is equipped with air conditioning and comfortable, cozy sofas, which makes it a perfect area for spending time in between dives or evenings after pitches. Complementing the arrangement of the suites is the inclusion of the music system, fridge and bathrooms with jet showers. Guests can enjoy the free Wi-Fi, the latest entertainment system or can relax on the sun deck with covered areas.

The vessel offers free Nitrox for certified divers and also accommodates for technical and rebreather diving with a Helium/Oxygen Blending Station and a Haskel pump.

The dive deck offers a spacious area for preparations, where divers can also use fresh water showers after diving. Grand Sea Serpent has safety equipment that includes first aid kits, emergency rafts, life vests, oxygen kits, and firefighting equipment.

Food and Beverage

Food and drinks are top-notch on the yacht as guests are treated to sumptuous meals to match their taste. Varieties of foods, which range from vegetarian foods to vegan diets, are served on the boat with free snacks to complement.
The Grand Sea Serpent is all out to satisfy the gustatory fantasies of divers; there is a constant supply of assorted drinks. With all these magnificent features, don’t you think to cruise the Grand Sea Serpent should be on the top of your bucket list?

Additional Features

The captains and guides are at your service to show you around and give you the guidelines for a comfortable trip. They are trained to provide you a thorough guide to explore sites like the Abu Nuhas ship graveyard that consists of five sunken ships. Languages spoken on the boat are English, German, Spanish, Arabic, French, Italian and Russian. So if you can converse in at least one of the languages, you’re good to go.

When to go

Red Sea diving is possible all year round, although spring through the middle of the summer and autumn till the beginning of winter is the best time to visit the Egyptian dive sites. Diving conditions during the rest of the time can be rather harsh, but diving is still possible.

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